Juan Carlos Eichholz is founder and director of the Strategic Leadership Center at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, in Chile. He is also columnist of El Mercurio newspaper, and an active opinion maker in the country, through his participation in television, radio and newspaper debates. Mr. Eichholz is one of the creators of the Young Leaders Network, which gathers 450 of the most influential people in the country under 35 years old, and was nominated as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. He is founder and partner of Cambridge Leadership Associates Latin America, an international consulting firm, specialized in leadership and organizational change. Juan Carlos has also been involved in civil society initiatives, as founder and president of two foundations.
Professor Eichholz studied Law at Universidad Católica de Chile and holds a Masters’ degree in Public Policy from Harvard University.
As an expert in leadership and organizational change, professor Eichholz has participated as speaker in various congresses and conferences in Chile and abroad, and has consulted with many companies in Latin America, such as D&S, Telefónica CTC Chile, Copec, P&O Nedlloyd, Oracle, Empresas CMPC, ING, Cencosud, Chilquinta, Anglo American, Emel, Agrosuper, Mapfre, Coopeuch, Endesa, Procter & Gamble, General Motors, Verizon, Codelco, Citibank, Bayersdorf, Bagó, CPFL, Serasa, BancoEstado, MetLife, Aguas Andinas, Grupo Peñaflor, Bata, Antofagasta Minerals, among others.