Participation in Sweden Days

12/08/2013

Stockholm School of Economics, Russia conducted a seminar entitled "Development and preserving of talented managers: opportunities and risks of employers" in the framework of the Days of Sweden in St. Petersburg. 
The seminar gathered more than 45 participants, the leading specialists of big Russian and foreign companies who discussed the problem of retention of top managers of companies and the role of additional education and professional growth as the key instruments of motivation. Among participants of the discussion were Anders Liljenberg, dean of Stockholm School of Economics Russia, Jan Nyberg, general consul of Sweden in St. Petersburg, and alumni of the school: Yana Donskaya, HR director of Vozdushnye Vorota Severnoy Stolitsy, Kirill Vronsky, strategic development director of Tieto, Lyudmila Antonova, independent HR consultant, and Andrei Gusev, general director of Mannheimer Swartling in St. Petersburg.

Stockholm School of Economics, Russia conducted a seminar entitled "Development and preserving of talented managers: opportunities and risks of employers" in the framework of the Days of Sweden in St. Petersburg. 
The seminar gathered more than 45 participants, the leading specialists of big Russian and foreign companies who discussed the problem of retention of top managers of companies and the role of additional education and professional growth as the key instruments of motivation. Among participants of the discussion were Anders Liljenberg, dean of Stockholm School of Economics Russia, Jan Nyberg, general consul of Sweden in St. Petersburg, and alumni of the school: Yana Donskaya, HR director of Vozdushnye Vorota Severnoy Stolitsy, Kirill Vronsky, strategic development director of Tieto, Lyudmila Antonova, independent HR consultant, and Andrei Gusev, general director of Mannheimer Swartling in St. Petersburg.

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