Since 1990, Fred has designed and facilitated programs on leadership, personal mastery, team learning, organizational effectiveness and coaching for thousands of executives, and consultants worldwide.
His first book, Conscious Business, has been translated to more than ten languages and received numerous awards. Conscious Business was recently named by Sheryl Sandberg in her New York Times interview as "the business book every executive should read" http://nyti.ms/Z1Kory (page 2).
His second book, The Meaning Revolution, has been recognized by Inc magazine as one of the top ten business books of 2018.
After completing a Ph.D. in economics from Berkeley, California, Fred taught Management Accounting and Control Systems at the Sloan School of Management where in 1992 was named “Professor of the Year”. During his time at MIT, Fred worked alongside Peter Senge as a senior researcher at the Center for Organizational Learning.
Fred has led seminars in the U. S., Europe, South America and Asia and has presented his research at numerous academic institutions. Fred`s academic articles have appeared in publications such as Econométrica, The Journal of Public Economics, The Fifth Discipline Field Book, and The Journal of Organizational Dynamics.
In 2018, Fred accepted a position as Vice President at Google in charge of advising the CEO's office on leadership and culture. And during the same year he partnered with Tecnológico de Monterrey to create the Center of Conscious Leadership. Previously, he was Vice President of executive development at LinkedIn. Fred is the author of the trilogy Metamanagement (2001), Conscious Business (2006) and The Meaning Revolution (2018).