More incredible investors reveal their secrets - and you can learn from them / Florian Bartunek, Giuliana Napolitano, Pierre Moreau (orgs); Foreword Jorge Paulo Lemann; Florian Bartunek presentation; introduction Giuliana Napolitano and Pierre Moreau - 1. ed. - São Paulo: Portfolio-Penguin, division of Editora Schwarcz S.A, 2020.
Entrepreneurs, fund managers, a former president of the Central Bank. The thirteen financial market icons portrayed in this book have different stories, but exhibit some common features that stand out. The willingness to take risks and stand out from the media is one of them. The way they deal with mistakes over the years is another.
In first person testimonials, rich in details, they talk about careers and investments. They tell how they make financial decisions, what they do to keep their feet on the ground when they earn money and how they live with failure. They also reveal the doubts they had at the beginning of their careers and the obstacles they need to overcome. At the end of each chapter, there is a summary of the main advice of each of the interviewees, which can help those who want to invest better and those who seek inspiration to choose a profession or take a career turn.
As young executives they have been running large companies in Brazil. - and what can you learn as they / Jair Ribeiro, Giuliana Napolitano, Celso Loducca and Pierre Moreau (orgs.); preface Fábio Barbosa; presentation Giuliana Napolitano - 1. ed. - Sao Paulo; Portfolio-Penguin, division of Editora Schwarcz S.A, 2018.
With the proposal to share the backstage of the career of successful CEOs, this book shows that hard work, sparkle in the eyes, competence and, above all, shared attitudes and common purpose move these leaders, their followers and - for what not? - the world.
At the helm of pulsating companies, the executives presented here are part of the 7% that, according to our research, gather both hard skills - for example, knowledge of finance, processes and strategy - and soft skills - mobilization and leadership. Another 68% have essentially hard skills: 15%, soft skills, and 10% still try to find each other. Of these 7%, only 2% are called state leaders: their action is oriented not only on the company's results, but also for the good of society. They know that they do not play alone and that their challenge is to create an environment that facilitates protagonism, individual and team. Easy speech, difficult action.
The new generation of CEOs record the lessons learned, the impasses, and the successes of these leaders. Enjoy these stories and go further: identify the purpose, the fine balance between personal and professional life, mistakes, successes and competence in group work. No one is perfect, but a team can be.
Organization Pierre Moreau - São Paulo - ed. Three Stars, 2017.
Amid the turmoil of corruption scandals that plague the country, it is curious to see: this book only brings blood crimes, none of them white-collar. Even when the figure of the PC Farias operator emerges, what matters is not the ethical deviations of the Collor era, but the mysteries that surround his death. In the case of racism (Siegfried Ellwanger), an apparent exception, what really matters is the remembrance of the Holocaust.
The processes and judgments collected in Major Crimes take us back to the fascinating world of motivations and cruelty: 'irresistible coercion', 'tendencies to theatricality', 'deprivation of the senses', 'relevant moral value', 'forgivable violence', 'loving obsession' ',' choleric fermentation ',' outbreak ',' impulse ',' honor ',' cowardice ',' emotion ',' betrayal ',' vilification '. The narratives deal with dismembered bodies, packed, missing, eaten, rotten, or simply fallen and photographed.
And what can you learn from them / Florian Bartunek, Giuliana Napolitano and Pierre Moreau (orgs.); preface Jorge Paulo Lemann; Giuliana Napolitano presentation; introduction Florian Bartunek and Pierre Moreau - 1st ed. - São Paulo: Portfolio-Penguin, division of Editora Schwarcz S.A, 2016.
What is the secret of successful investors? Can they make money in any scenario? What do you do when you lose?
The stories of some of Brazil's biggest investors, told by themselves, help answer these questions. In honest and often surprising testimonials, they tell how they went through crises, crazy economic plans and even periods of euphoria without losing their heads - and, of course, making good investments.
The ten investors portrayed here - André Jakurski, Antônio Bonchristiano, Florian Bartunek, Guilherme Ache, Guilherme Affonso Ferreira, José Carlos Reis de Magalhães Neto, Luis Stuhlberger, Luiz Fernando Figueiredo, Meyer Joseph Nigri and Pedro Damasceno - have built interesting careers, setting up companies in the zero, remaking companies or working in highly competitive environments. In addition to valuable investment lessons, there are inspiring advice in their careers for those just starting out and for those looking to take a new career path.
Rio de Janeiro - 1. Ed. - Carta da Palavra, 2013.
The world of the courts, the webs of forensic bureaucracy, the spectacle of punishment, moral disapproval, the desired and unmet justice, all this besides punctuating the lives of those who have been called Law operators, are the perfect inspiration Literature (...).
(...) This collection gathers tales of successful professionals in their respective legal careers, a simple sample of the panorama that unfolds before their eyes. Different writings are moments of fear, desire, joy, doubt, vanity, surprise.
Rio de Janeiro: Casa da Palavra, 2012.
Throughout the diverse stories that emerge from the conversations with great professionals of the Brazilian law that compose this book, a common trait insinuates itself: the idea that professional success in Law is a complex process, which results from very different factors. In addition to dedication to studies, speed and updating, skill in the art of speech and persuasion, commitment to professional competition or chance of being at the right time and place, there is a common component in all cases: passion for the science of law.
In the interviews in this book conducted by Pierre Moreau, this is evident. The overlap between work and affection, originally spontaneous and involuntary, forges great tribunes, encourages experts in codes, inflates ingenious engineers of solutions to test the foundations, limits and even fallacies of the law. It is the meeting of inclinations and vocations with legal knowledge that arise the challenges of this complex human construction that is the Law, the ideal and ancient base of citizenship.
If the reader already has this passion, he will have contact in this book with several ways to turn it into a rewarding activity. If not, there is a great chance that these stories of life, causes and careers will serve as an example and a great stimulus.
Responsibility in the management of guaranteeing resources - São Paulo - Latin Quarter, 2011.
Social Security is one of the great promises that the constituent of 1988 bequeathed to us. It is true that such a promise was not frivolous or thoughtless. It came to be configured throughout the country's history and had its very precise definition in a law, which, like everything that is premature, did not succeed: the one that created the Institute of Social Services of Brazil.
This book is the second rendering of accounts to the scientific community, which ranks next to the first, in which he printed his Master's dissertation.
ed. Quartier Latin, 2007.
The present work makes it possible to verify that the eminent advisers' understanding of the fate of Tax Law in our reality of summarizing the merely procedural concern that evolves into the more sophisticated categories of reflection and the functions of the tax in the Social Rule of Law. It is, therefore, a work that becomes mandatory for all those who are interested in the Law at the beginning of its application.
São Paulo - Quartier Latin, 2005.
This book aims to analyze these national issues, comparing the measures taken to remedy the three macro-problems of Social Security financing, previously mentioned, by European countries, mentors of Social Security and those involved in Brazil. In this context, it is what the present work intends to insert, comparing the treatment of the three macro financing issues in Brazil and in the European Union, unraveling this comparison that the rule of law brings countless consequences, among them the financial.