Luis Antonio Guardado Rivera

Luis Antonio Guardado Rivera (Lucho), El Salvador
Vice-president of PMO and Bid Management Americas Region
Webhelp

Think human and always put people first
Saturday, May 28 at 12:15 pm – 12:50 pm UTC

Happiness, empathy, and the constant search for well-being are concepts inherited from our history and evolution. Some specific aspects of our human structure like emotions and perceptions shape our interpretation of reality, which in almost all cases differs between each individual.

Neurosemantics guide us through different perspectives on how we can understand, be flexible, and adapt to different personalities and emotional structures leveraging the highest potential in human interactions.

In this talk, we will learn how our personal structures combined with our senses recreate realities and generate emotional meta-states, and how we can induce the best reactions by being present using our perception channels as sources of information gathering.


Luis Antonio Guardado Rivera is a highly engaged professional with 12 years of proven experience leading Project Management Offices (PMO) across the Americas, serving in different multinationals such as HSBC, TELUS, United Nations, and Onelink.

In 2020 recognized and awarded as the “Best PMO of the Americas” by the PMOGA™; “Best Project Manager of the Americas” by CCW™ and “Best PMO in LATAM” by BRPO™.

Currently serving as Vice-president of PMO and Business Development for the Americas Region at Webhelp™, supporting the Corporate Strategy design and assuring a flawless execution of the Regional Strategic Portfolio; in addition to leading the Pre-sales, Business Development, Solutioning, and Digital transformation endeavors.

Mastery in Business Administration, Innovation and Finance, Project’s Rescue and Recovery expert. International speaker and university teacher providing Strategy, Portfolio and Project Management, Business Development, Design Thinking, Leadership, and Neurosemantic lectures.

Also represents several boards in educational institutions and NGOs dedicated to promoting knowledge sharing, entrepreneurial efforts, and social assistance to communities in need

 

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