Leaders stay relevant after their service when they still try their best to offer their expertise for other leaders who are still in the middle of their career. But only those leaders who had shown excellent performance while active in their service have the authority to offer such expertise. Only leaders like The Trabuco Bradesco Leadership can have such authority.
There are many news people can read about The Trabuco Bradesco Leadership, which is the term used to describe the role Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi played for Bradesco, Brazil’s second-largest bank. One of the recent news people can easily find on page 1 in various news portals would be the news of the replacement of Cappi for Bradesco’s leadership. An insightful piece about the transition would easily come from the news portal Estadao, where it reported that 12 March 2018 was the day that the Octavio de Lazari Junior would have to take the role of CEO for Bradesco, replacing the Trabuco Bradesco leadership that had been ingrained in the company.
It must be added that the selection of Lazari Junior as the replacement of the Trabuco Bradesco management is a product of a long, arduous process, and had been duly endorsed by what is called the Succession and Appointment Committee of the Organization. Some of the factors considered to select Lazari Junior would be his merits as well as his previous role as the vice president of the bank, and as the president of its Bradesco Seguros’ branch. It is also part of the selection process to value continuity of the kind of business culture already ingrained in the previous Trabuco Bradesco leadership style.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi had already left an admirable legacy for Lazari Junior to follow. It’s also noteworthy to state here that there was already an extension for Luiz Trabuco to run Bradesco. From 65 years, the extension of the age limit was changed to 67 years to give an extension to the necessary leadership of Luiz Trabuco as CEO. This transition to Lazari Junior is also seen to be easily anticipated, especially after the formal resignation of a previous board member last October.