“Success comes from first figuring out the right things to do and then doing them right.”Juan Pablo González
With 25 years of professional experience as a management consultant and corporate executive, Juan brings insight and practical expertise in helping clients align strategy, organization and talent. His expertise spans the design and implementation of strategic planning and organization redesign efforts as well as a range of human capital issues including human resources and rewards strategy development, post-merger integration, employee and executive compensation program design and performance measurement and management. As a trusted advisor to leading professional service firms, government contractors, trade/membership associations, and pharmaceutical and technology organizations, Juan is known for leading engagements that consistently yield practical, high-impact solutions that help clients meet their highest priority objectives.
To reach Juan by phone call 703-988-3585 or via e-mail to email@example.com.
Prior to joining Axiom, Juan led consulting practices for Mercer and for McGladrey. His senior corporate roles included combining and leading the compensation, benefits and human resources information systems functions for Constellation Energy as well as for Baan Company. Juan has also been a consultant with Sibson & Company and held corporate positions with Alexander and Alexander Services, Inc., (now AON), Philip Morris Companies Inc., and Salomon Brothers.
Juan is the lead author of Axiom's 2013-2014 Compensation Budget Projection Analysis, "Unchanging Salary Increase Budgets Highlight Opportunity to Maximize ROI Through Better Distribution."
Read CFO Magazine's article, An Incentive to Control Incentive Pay, featuring Axiom's Juan Pablo Gonzalez. “CFOs don’t often get involved with human-resources issues, but when it comes to incentive compensation, they should,” says Gonzalez. “At a minimum, the CFO’s team should be involved in running payout calculations and performance curves against various assumptions about the company’s performance. But the greater value is in having the CFO look behind the numbers to assess whether bonuses are really driving the behavior that supports company strategy.”
Juan is a frequent speaker on people strategy and rewards topics at regional and national events, He is a co-author of Shockproof – How to Hardwire Your Business for Lasting Success (John Wiley & Sons, 2010) and his articles have appeared in publications including workspan (the monthly magazine of WorldatWork) and the American Management Association’s Compensation and Benefits Review. Juan serves on the Leadership Board of the Human Resources Leadership Awards of Greater Washington, and is a former Board member of the Human Resources Leadership Forum. He is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, a reviewer for workspan, a 20+ year member of WorldatWork and an active member of several Washington, DC area human resources organizations.
Juan earned a Master of Arts (honors) in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.
"I have spent half my career as a consultant and the other half as a client. This experience has shaped me as an advisor and guides my work. Every day I ask 'Would this deliverable have met my needs? Are our solutions implementable in our clients' environments and with their resources?' I have been told I set high standards for our engagement teams – You should have seen me as a client!"