This week on the show, we are in Brazil where Felipe Paiva, organizational consultant and coach joins his client Henrique Gonzales Garcia Filho, Head of HR at Prumo global logistics group, and me (Carissa Bub) as we delve into a live case study on how to use a team of teams approach to transform a multi-business economic group responsible for the strategic development for the largest privately owned port in Brazil.
More on Felipe Paiva
Felipe is the founding partner of Artisan Consulting. In his own words... "My purpose is to enable more humane organizations, where people can fulfill their potential and create shared-value. I pursue this purpose combining the roles of consultant, facilitator and executive coach. Clients value my partnership and dedication to a deep, systemic, and consistent work. After having worked for 10 years in large companies, I spent the last 16 years as a consultant and coach, involved in strategic alignment, transformation programs, and executive development. I’m the founding partner of Artisan, a boutique organizational consulting company in Brazil. I studied business administration in the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, where I was also earned an MBA degree. Later, I enrolled at HEC-Paris to deepen my knowledge and perspective about change at systemic, organizational and individual levels, earning an MSc in consulting and coaching for change. I am also a graduate (PCC) of the Columbia Coaching Certification Program. I live my life with my wife and two kids in Rio de Janeiro. I love spending time with family and friends, doing outdoor activities and playing guitar. Music has been a constant life passion and I play monthly in night clubs & parties with my band, which keep me connected with art and people." If that is not enough, you can find everything you want to now about Felipe and Artisan consulting here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/felipe-paiva-0a3190/
More on Henrique Gonzalez and Prumo
Mechanical engineer, with a master’s degree in Sciences of Engineering in IME (Institute of Military Engineering), people management extension in INSEAD, leadership extension in Wharton and Finance administration extension in FGV. Henrique has more than 20 years of experience in HR, but have also worked in engineering, operations, logistics and financial planning for other 10 years. Developed most of his career at Shell, being HR leader for Brazil and Latin America. Delivered the Rio2016 Olympic and Paralympic games, as HR Director, recruiting, training and engaging a workforce of 7.000 paid and 60.000 volunteers, participating since the startup of the Organizing Committee, on a journey of 5 years. Since Oct/2017 is the HR Executive Director at PRUMO, a holding company that develops the largest private Port, Industry, Energy complex in Brazil, Porto do Açu.