Fran Cherny is a business leader, inspirational speaker, and advisor to executives driving cultural transformation processes.
Born in Buenos Aires and currently based in Barcelona, Fran leads Axialent Global, an international consulting firm pioneering conscious change in organizations.
Fran is recognized in the industry for his ability to facilitate change processes that last and produce real business results. His methodology is based on agile and innovative practices applied in real day-to-day situations and has proven effective. He generates sustainable transformations, and helps leaders and teams to align business strategy with their values and practices. His proven methodology is based on agile and innovative practices applied in real day-to-day situations.
Conferences for leaders and organizations wanting change to happen
1 – Why is it so hard to change?
This talk stems from one of the main reflections of the book, which has to do with the difficulties we may encounter when undertaking any change, and how we can transform ourselves into someone capable of successfully changing in all our areas of action – and do it sustainably.
2 – Creating the culture we want.
Drawing on his extensive experience as a consultant and as an expert in cultural transformations of multinational companies in various industries, Fran reviews the key points to consider when embarking on this type of process and invites us to take action to make it possible.
3 – Leading change.
In this talk, Fran invites us to look at ourselves as people capable of inspiring others to constantly change and evolve. We all occupy places of leadership in different areas of our lives. From that thesis, he explains what the fundamental beliefs and values are to make the changes we want happen and how to invite others to be part of that same process.
“Through Fran I learned the power of starting with ‘what I can do better’, and how this can transform a culture and lead to transformational growth.”
Guy B. Persaud | President of Procter & Gamble Co New Business