Ágora - Madrid

  • 21/03/2019



In addition to obtaining exclusive and high-value information to evaluate trends in People Management, attendees will have the opportunity to establish important collaborative relationships at a professional level.

The event is presented in a format with three panels led by two speakers.

In the first panel Miguel Ángel Pérez Laguna, Founder of Humans in the office, and Juan A. Alanís, Vice President of Eurodivisas, Global Exchange


suggest that one of the great challenges that the modern company must face is the adaptation to changes, increasingly faster, that present the markets and that affect the positioning, or even the business model. In this scenario, companies must aspire to excellence, in which each person in the organization feels responsible for the result of their work.

In the second panel, moderated by Beatriz Sanz, CEO and founder of EXPOCOACHING, Íñigo Saenz de Urturi, High Performance Trainer, and Pablo Claver, Manager of Dreams in Air and Community, will address the importance of the degree and type of link of the employee for the success of the companies.

In the third panel, presented by Paloma Fuentes, Happiness Manager at MAHOU SAN MIGUEL, and Eva Ivars, CEO of AFFLELOU Spain, will address the importance of anticipating needs and have a clear plan to mobilize talent when and where necessary.

Juan Carlos Pérez Espinosa, President of DCH will present, together with Mariano Llorente, President of the Club CEO, the CEO - People Symposium.


Además de obtener información exclusiva y de alto valor para evaluar las tendencias en Gestión de Personas, los asistentes al evento tendrán la oportunidad de establecer importantes relaciones de colaboración a nivel profesional.

El evento se plantea en un formato con tres paneles liderados por dos ponentes.

En el primer panel Miguel Ángel Pérez Laguna, Fundador de Humanos en la oficina, y Juan A. Alanís, Vicepresidente de Eurodivisas, Global Exchange, nos plantean que unos de los grandes retos que debe afrontar la empresa moderna es la adaptación a los cambios, cada vez más rápidos, que presentan los mercados y que afectan al posicionamiento, o incluso al modelo de negocio. En este escenario las empresas deben aspirar a la excelencia, en la que cada persona de la organización se sienta responsable del resultado de su trabajo.

En el segundo panel, moderado por Beatriz Sanz, CEO y fundadora de EXPOCOACHING, Íñigo Saenz de Urturi, Formador de Alto Rendimiento, y Pablo Claver, Gerente de Sueños en aeía y Comunidad, se abordará la importancia que tiene el grado y tipo de vinculación del empleado para el éxito de las empresas.

En el tercer panel, presentado por Paloma Fuentes, Gerente de Felicidad en MAHOU SAN MIGUEL, y Eva Ivars, CEO de AFFLELOU España, se abordará el tema de la importancia que tiene anticiparse las necesidades y tener un plan claro para poder movilizar el talento cuando y a donde sea necesario.

Juan Carlos Pérez Espinosa, Presidente de DCH presentará, junto a Mariano Llorente, Presidente del Club CEO, el Simposio CEO – Personas.


SPAIN achieves a Happy Planet Index Score of  36.0  and ranks 15th of all the countries analysed.


In general, Spaniards are generally satisfied with their lives. When asked to rate their general satisfaction with life on a scale from 0 to 10, the Spanish gave it a 6.4 grade on average, broadly in line with the OECD average of 6.5.  

In terms of health, life expectancy at birth in Spain is 83 years, three years higher than the OECD average of 80 years, and one of the highest in the OECD. Life expectancy for women is 86 years, compared with 80 for men.  


Madrid is a beguiling place with an energy that carries one simple message: this city really knows how to live.

An artistic city

Few cities boast an artistic pedigree quite as pure as Madrid’s: many art lovers return here again and again. For centuries, Spanish royals showered praise and riches upon the finest artists of the day, from home-grown talents such as Goya and Velázquez to Flemish and Italian greats. Masterpieces by these and other Spanish painters such as Picasso, Dalí and Miró now adorn the walls of the city’s world-class galleries. Three in particular are giants – the Museo del Prado, Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza – but in Madrid these are merely good places to start.

A culinary capital

Rising above the humble claims of its local cuisine, Madrid has evolved into one of the richest culinary capitals of Europe. The city has wholeheartedly embraced all the creativity and innovation of Spain’s gastronomic revolution. But this acceptance of the new is wedded to a passion for the enduring traditions of Spanish cooking, for the conviviality of the eating experience and for showcasing the infinite variety of food from every Spanish region. From tapas in sleek temples to all that’s new to sit-down meals beneath centuries-old vaulted ceilings, eating in Madrid is a genuine pleasure.