On October 7, the Estoril Casino’s Salão Preto e Prata will host the 4th edition of Leadership Summit Portugal. With live broadcast on LÍDER TV, via MEO, this relevant summit is assumed as an international meeting of generations for the production of knowledge about leadership.
The program starts at 9:30 am with a conference that brings together a list of prestigious speakers. Subsequently, at 17:00 it will be the turn of an entertainment moment with Bruno Nogueira, Nuno Markl and Filipe Melo.
Expectedly awaited, Leadership Summit Portugal will have as its theme, in this year’s edition: “And Now, In What Can We Trust?”. Future trends in leadership in the post-Covid world will be debated.
The program will have different moments, aiming to answer the following questions: “How to rise in the post-apocalyptic world?”, “What leadership lessons do we learn from Covid-19?”, “How do we fight the virus of fear? Pandemics or pandemaniacs? ”,“ Is Covid-19 the ultimate influencer? ” and “Can technology crush the crisis curve?”
After the success registered in the previous editions, the Salão Preto e Prata receives, once again, this event of global dimension that will gather the contributions of prestigious speakers.
The following are confirmed: Ace Simpson, Bobby Banerjee, Yan Bai, Viktoria Kaufmann, António Saraiva, António Costa e Silva, Pedro Castro e Almeida, Carlos Morujão, Francisco Froes, Isabel Vaz, Ricardo Vargas, Salvador da Cunha, André Nassar, Bruno Nogueira, Nuno Markl and Filipe Melo. Entertainment: “Is Covid-19 the ultimate influencer?”
The program of the 4th edition of Leadership Summit Portugal ends with a great moment of entertainment. Bruno Nogueira will be, from 17 hours, freely talking to Nuno Markl and Filipe Melo will enter the scene to close the event.
This artistic participation is framed in the summit slot that intends to answer the question: Is Covid-19 the ultimate influencer? And it will also feature lectures by Yan Bai, Pedro on the Road and André Nassar.
Remember that, since the beginning of the quarantine, Bruno Nogueira started making direct calls from his Instagram account. Directives that became a program with a name, opening song and graphics: “How does Bicho Mexe?” that made a splash on that social network.
It was there that Bruno Nogueira talked to several people, and among them was Nuno Markl. In the end it was always Filipe Melo, who helped everyone to sleep more inspired by the sound of his piano.
They reached huge audiences, thousands of people were listening to them daily, more than some cable television channels. An achievement that culminated with about 170 000 people watching the last right that put the country to celebrate Christmas ahead of time.