Effective Management for Security Professionals - FacultyEstablishing the Security Role as an Enabler for Business Success
CPP, CSMP, CSyP.
Juan has more than 35 years of professional international experience on business intelligence, corporate security, crisis management and risk management.
He is one of the few Spanish security professionals who has wide senior working experience on the three sides of the industry triangle: vendor, client and consultant. Moreover, he has been the managing director of a large guarding company and CSO (Chief Security Officer) of two industrial companies being member of the executive committee or C-Suite. He is a recognized reference in international security, crisis response and travel security management.
He holds wide operating experience in Europe, LATAM and MENA. During his career he has provided enterprise security and crisis management consulting services domestic and internationally for a variety of companies and industries.
He got his MBA from IE in 1996, where he has also completed several management courses, and is one of the few Spanish holders of the prestigious ASIS International CPP (Certified Professional Protection) certification and also the of the UK CSMP certificate. Moreover, he is the only Spanish accepted in the reputable CSyP register in UK. He is ASIS Spain Chairman since 2013 and he was previously co-director of this ASIS/IE Effective Management for Security Professionals course since 2014.
A frequent speaker on a domestic and international basis and frequent writer on the above subjects, he has an extensive background and experience in all business aspects of security inside organizations and their capacity to provide add-value.
Juan Carlos Pastor
Professor of Organizational Behavior and Academic Director of the Center for Global Leadership at IE Business School. MA in Social Psychology from Clark University, PhD in Organizational Behavior from the State University of New York and was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University.
Prof Pastor’s teaching techniques include action learning workshops looking at leadership development, coaching, teams, managing diversity and cross-cultural issues. His sessions in High Impact Leadership, also cover how to be an effective manager, motivate, set goals and get commitment from peers and subordinates
The psychological dimension to leadership in a global world is, becoming more complex. Competition means organisations need to be more flexible and responsive, But as flatter organisations emerge, with fewer hierarchical levels, informal networks, such as friendship and personal connections, become more relevant – and that’s difficult to manage because it involves personalities.”
Caterina Moschieri’s is an Associate Professor (tenured in 2015) at IE Business School in Madrid. Her teaching and research focus on Corporate and Competitive Strategy. Her research interests span from mergers and acquisitions to spin-offs to organizational design. Caterina holds a PhD in General Management, with a specialization in Strategy from IESE Business School, and graduate degree in economics from Bocconi University, Italy.
Caterina’s research has been presented at several conferences and institutions around the world. Her work has been published in academic outlets and broader-audience outlets, such as the Financial Times and Forbes. Her research has been featured or cited, and has received several awards and prizes, including national grants from the Portuguese and the Spanish governments.