Wilson Velez-Ortiz brings deep organizational design, strategy development, strategy deployment and executive development to the clients he serves at Talent Magnet Institute. He has been a key advisor to the infrastructure of this organization that ensures TMI is building sustainable practices to deliver the highest-level results to our clients.
Wilson is also an executive coach and has served as a facilitator to Fortune 500 companies. He specializes in assessing, identifying, and supporting leaders' strengths and opportunities to proactively manage unexpected challenges.
Wilson invested 28 years of his career in expanded leadership roles throughout Procter & Gamble. His experience included Strategy Development, Strategy Execution, Product Supply, Corporate Engineering, Supply Chain, Transportation, Warehousing, Costing, Category and Market planning.
He now supports organizations around the world through his partnerships with Korn Ferry and Talent Magnet Institute. Wilson supports leaders from Steinhauser, Nike, Fidelity, GMi Companies, Microsoft among others. Wilson still finds the time to serve as an Adjunct Faculty at the University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business where he is equipping the next generation of leaders. Wilson also invests time in Kairos Prison Ministry International Foundation.
He brings a deep understanding of the obstacles leaders face during day-to-day operations, management of personnel, and delivery of challenging goals while maintaining a balanced and productive life at work and at home. His methods result in increased business profits, productivity gains, and foster individual growth and contributions.
His coaching specialties include recruiting, individual and organizational development in a diverse workforce, change readiness, organization performance models, leader as coach, mentor, and sponsor, work-life integration strategies and merger and acquisitions organization analysis and development.
We are honored to have Wilson as a key team member of the Talent Magnet Institute.