By Study Foundation
A Study Foundation will celebrate its 30 years of existence this Friday (17), in an online event with lectures and conversation circles open to the general public.
The broadcast of the ceremony will start at 9:00 am, through the website of the Exam Magazine, and the attractions continue throughout the day.
Names like Uri Levine, founder of Waze, and Nitin Nohria, former dean of the Harvard Business School, are confirmed. In addition to them, victorious athletes from Brazil, such as Formiga, Mayra Aguiar and Fernanda Garay, will also be present with a bunch of personalities.
Created in 1991, Estudar seeks to promote an impact on society by supporting the education of young leaders in Brazil and abroad. During the period, more than 700 leaders became scholarship holders and more than 80,000 people were developed through the organization’s courses.
With the theme “Transformations Generating Transformations”, the main objective of the lectures and classes in September – some exclusive for the community of leaders to study – is to celebrate what has already been built by the institution, diving into the present reality in order to reflect and act on the great challenges of the coming decades.
Fundação Estudar believes that the leaders of the future, in order for them to be truly transformative, will need to have an ever broader and more diverse look beyond their focus of action. On the 17th, therefore, themes such as legacy, vision of the future, education and action will be at the center of the debate.
Check out the full schedule for the September 17th event
9 am – Opening with Nitin Nohria, former dean of the Harvard Business School, and Claudio Fernandez-Araóz, partner at Egon Zehnder
After 30 years of researching and training global leaders, they debate how the leadership profile has evolved in 100 years, how to identify and develop talent, and how Singapore can evolve if it invests in education.
11:30 am – Carlos Brito, former CEO of Anheuser-Busch InBev
to speak of future vision, Líder Estudar number 0, Carlos Brito, shares his thoughts on how he has adapted his leadership in the last 30 years and what he sees in the relationship between business, government and society.
12h – Uri Levine, fundador do Waze
still debating future vision, Waze Founder, Uri Levine, speaks to the public about the Israeli – his country – and Brazilian entrepreneurial ecosystem and how to be an outstanding entrepreneur in the digital economy.
4 pm – Formiga, Mayra Aguiar and Fernanda Garay, Brazilian Olympic medalists
High-performance athletes talk about wins and failures and how they used resilience and discipline to pursue big dreams. The conversation with them is about legacy.
5 pm – Ricardo Geromel, partner at 3G Radar
To close the conversation about future vision, Ricardo Geromel talks about how China went from being a miserable country 30 years ago to becoming, soon, the greatest global power.
5:30 pm – Presentation of the 30th selected group of Study Leaders
6 pm – Closing