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At Lidr we want to educate leaders to improve our world. 

We stand for learning, people, and of course a sustainable future. We are focused on three areas:

📔 Learning

We deliver applicable content directly from those that already had a great impact in the real world, not only in the digital one. We believe in the transformational power of personal, immersive learning.

🌎 Community

We don’t have any frontiers. We are just the best tech talent seeking to grow together. We believe in People, and the impact of being surrounded by like-minded souls.

🚩 Future

It’s in your mind, if you can imagine the future you can change it from today, from digital.

Our Values are based on the true story of Alvaro Moya

Our mission

Thanks People! We only believe in leaders: Tech Lidrs. If they want they can learn about the world and change the world for a better future.

Our vision

If we coach and connect in the right way the tech leaders we can all, together, have a deep impact on our jobs, careers, life, and world.

LIDR doesn’t provide a path to follow, but a toolset to design your own

We believe Digital Transformation should be really People Transformation. We train professionals to care about the people in their organizations. This is the proven way to grow.

Work will dramatically change in the following years. From distributed workforces to agile organizations, we want leaders to be prepared to face the challenges of tomorrow.

Our program simply trains you to do your desired job successfully. We believe that’s a far better way of qualifying for that job that any kind of certificate. Certificate era is over!

Learning by doing is the only way of learning for us. We believe learning should be fully immersive experiences where students analyse, do, get feedback and reflects. Here is the real learning that prepares them for future situations.

We put everything on this venture with a single goal in mind. And yes, that goal is not the money, but to fill the lack of great leaders we currently face in tech companies.