♦ HOW WAS INTERLEADERSHIP 2017 ♦
From June 1st to 3rd, Orlando was home to the InterLeadership Seminar. Hosted every year by Florida Christian University, the seminar is greatly awaited by businessmen, students and executives that find in a single place the opportunity to exchange experiences and acquire new tools for a successful management.
For the first time, this seminar was entirely focused on Neuroscience and its branches. The first day opened with a presentation by Daniel Kroeff, titled: “Neuroscience aplied to Leadership”. After that, Alonso Garcia spoke about “NeuroCommunication”. Alessandra Assad, also brought her experience with “Toxic Leadership”. The day ended with Dr. Anthony Portigliatti’s participation, teaching about “The Influence of Emotional Fractures on Business Success”.
“InterLeadership has already became a mark, as our other seminars. We are happy to have some of the greatest speakers in Brazil, speaking of marketing and Neuroscience, and of course the participants coming from different places aroud the globe to absorb the informationa and knowledge in the great experience of this event.”, said Bruno Portigliatti, vice-president of FCU.
This year the seminar received over 70 executives from FENABRAVE (Federação Nacional de Distribuição de Veículos Automotores), among other representatives of the automotive industry in Latin America.
This same group participated in a Technical Visit on May 31st to the largest car Dealership in Central Florida, Mullinax Ford – Apopka and a visit to a Truck dealership.
At the end of the seminar, along with the conference of Certificates, there was a short Commencement Ceremony, to celebrate the students the finished their studies before the end of the year.
This year, InterLeadership also hosted the FCU ExpoBook, a space for the students to internationally release their books. Worth mentioning, that many of those books, were based on the Thesis defended by the students.
After InterLeadership 2017 participants returned home with a lot of baggage counted towards their knowledge, new resources in neuroscience to develop their leadership potential, and of course the overwhelming desire to participate in next year’s seminar.