Eduardo is the Co-Founder & CEO of Mindset Works , the leading provider of growth mindset training services and programs. He started it in 2007 with Carol Dweck, Lisa Blackwell, and others to help people and organizations develop learning-oriented cultures and systems. Mindset Works provides digital and in-person training services, consulting, and programs to support the development of growth mindset cultures.

Eduardo has spoken at numerous industry conferences and in-house trainings for educators, professionals, and leaders. His growth mindset TEDx talk, The Power of Belief, has been viewed by over two million people, as has his more recent TED talk, How to get better at the things you care about. He has been featured and quoted in The Huffington Post, NPR, The Guardian, Miami Herald, Education Week, MindShift, Entrepreneur, Inc., and others.

Prior to Mindset Works, Eduardo was a Principal at the Sprout Group, a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley, where he was part of the technology investment team and served on several for-profit and non-profit boards. Eduardo grew up in Caracas, Venezuela. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an MBA and M.A. in Education from Stanford University. Most important, he continues to enjoy lifelong learning every day.


Selected publications:
Briceño, E. (2017). Learning and performance: how to help students get in the zone. The Guardian.

Briceño, E. & Young, D. (2017). A growth mindset for law school success. American Bar Association.

Briceño, E. (2017). Growth mindset for a more empathetic and collaborative world. Mindset Works.

Briceño, E. (2015). Growth Mindset: Clearing up Some Common Confusions. KQED MindShift.

Briceño, E. (2015). Mistakes are not all created equal. MindsetWorks.com.

Briceño, E. (2015). Growth Mindset and Testing: What We Can Learn From The Hunger Games. Scholastic.

Briceño, E. (2015). Growth Mindset Parenting. Getting Smart and The Huffington Post.

Briceño, E. (2014). Counted or not, doing what counts in competency-based education. CompetencyWorks.org.

Briceño, E. (2013). Mindsets and student agency. Unboxed: A Journal of Adult Learning in Schools , 10(1), 107-115.


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