Elena Rodríguez Blanco gives you a challenge and asks you to go out and solve it. That process, she says, is the best way to develop a critical mindset, which is an important skill for the 21st century.
“We’re not setting people up to ask the right questions,” Rodríguez Blanco says. “It’s because the traditional format of learning is, for example, me telling you something. That’s why I think travel is very interesting, because it gets you out of your comfort zone and gives you the possibility of exploring unexpected things”.
Travel, Rodríguez Blanco feels, is a great teacher through experiences.(more…)
Check out the new ESADE publication: #MujeresConImpacto talking about the ecosystem of women social entrepreneurs in Spain. We are happy to have talked about our experience in the book!
Read about the different profiles of the social entrepreneur drawn by Institute of Social Innovation of ESADE from a consultation with about 70 women who lead or collide social enterprises in Spain. The publication is promoted by the Abertis Foundation and the EY Foundation.