The mindkind - Our Vision

"It is not the strongest nor the most intelligent that survives, but the one that best adapts to the changes" Charles Darwin

Learning Agility

New emerging technologies, such as Big Data , Artificial Intelligence, Robotics or Quantum Computing are redesigning the world of organizations as we know it, challenging even the most advanced human capabilities.

To compete successfully in current, Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) environments, effective organizations need to strengthen THE TALENT , that is, they need people who have some non-technical skills or "soft skills" very specific and infrequent. This new set of competences are grouped under the term

Learning Agility

"It is the ability to learn from experience and apply that learning to perform successfully when facing new challenges and situations not previously experienced."

Statistical models have identified five main factors that characterize people who have Learning Agility , as well as a series of competencies associated with these factors.

Identifying, empowering or developing in people these five factors is a strategic goal for any organization that wants to remain at the forefront of a globalized world.


Self-knowledge or awareness of one's own abilities, limitations and mental processes.

Mental Agility

Ability to apply new thinking schemes and create new concepts and relationships among them.

People Agility

Ease of interaction with people and understanding of their motivations and needs.

Change Agility

Predisposition to face the changes in an active way and anticipate new opportunities.

Results Agility

Ability to get results in novel environments never before experienced.


"Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of, who do the things that no one can imagine." Alan Turing

Everyone has the innate capacity to do great things, but we need challenges that allow us to discover them.

The constant changes that are currently occurring in companies, organizations and work teams are the environment where the greatest challenges are presented.

In The MindKind we know that training is the best way to allow people, and organizations, to successfully discover their hidden capacities necesary to face these challenges. For this reason, our mission is focused on:

Misión The MindKind

Developing original training content and innovative techniques to unleash the full potential of people and improve their ability to adapt to new, changing and challenging environments.


"Birds of a feather flock together" Popular saying

Passion is what differentiates great professionals. The passion for their work, for things well done. The passion to transmit everything they learned on their way, trying to make it easier for others. Our team is like that: passionate. But not only great teams feed on passion.

Ours is made up of a select group of professionals with decades of experience in their respective fields of expertise, something that, combined with their enthusiasm for training, makes them a perfect combination for the task we have set.



He is a computer scientist and emotional intelligence expert with over 25 years of experience as a trainer and consultant, and more than 20 as a researcher. He has led teams in more than 300 projects for medium and large companies in all sectors, both public and private.



He has a degree in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Psychology of Physical Activity and Sports from the UAM and he is a collaborator at the Center for Psychology Applied to Sport (CPAd). He has a Master's degree in Psycho-oncology and has worked as Psycho-oncologist coordinator of clinical trials and Quality coordinator in the Sº of Radiotherapeutic Oncology, University Hospital La Paz.



She has a degree in Psychology, a Master's degree in Human Resources with complementary training in Management and Leadership skills, with more than 15 years of experience in HR in INECO / TIFSA.



He is a statistician with almost 20 years of experience in design, strategy, organization and management of work teams in companies such as Pepsico and McDonalds

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She has more than 20 years of experience in large accounts, having managed a portfolio with more than 1000 public and private organizations in the main sectors (Banking, engineering, pharmacy, energy, public administrations, ...)


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He is an army colonel, expert in leadership and risk management, with more than 30 years of experience as an active member of the Military Group of High Mountain and Special Operations, and has participated in numerous international expeditions through the main mountain ranges of the planet.


"Knowledge is not what is remembered, but what we can not forget" Confucio

The statistical models used to identify the factors and competences associated with Learning Agility have an important limitation: they are only descriptive, and not explanatory.

Unlike those statistical models, our ETR model is an explanatory model . This helps us to understand the origin, relationships and dynamics that exist between the factors and competences associated with each factor, and to work with them in an integral way.

Having an explanatory model makes it possible to deploy a methodology of "Accompanied Reasoning" . This methodology helps the participant to build by himself, using his own examples , the structure on which the concepts to be developed are framed, allowing him to obtain a complete vision of them and the relationships that characterize them.

This approach significantly improves the long-term consolidation of the concepts, the depth of learning and cognitive flexibility, allowing to easily extrapolate what has been learned to new areas.

Accompanied Reasoning