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Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education

Phone: +46 8-586 175 00

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Program advisory for organisations and individuals

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Phone: +46 8 586 175 60

info@exedsse.se

Part of Stockholm School of Economics

Top-ranked training for experienced managers, leaders and specialists

At SSE Executive Education, we provide organizations and their leaders with new knowledge, new ways of thinking and new tools to successfully drive their organizations into the future.

We offer leadership training, strategy training, finance training, management training and specialist programs in finance and insurance.

Since 2005, SSE Executive Education (Formerly “IFL at Stockholm School of Economics”) is part of the SSE and in 2015 we changed our name from IFL to our current one.

 

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  • Book recommendations for the winter of 2022/23

    At SSE Executive Education, we provide organizations and their leaders with new knowledge, new ways of thinking and new tools to successfully drive their organizations into the future. For the new year, we’re sharing our recommendations for books that will inspire and challenge ideas, habits and perspectives. All of us at SSE Executive Education wish […]

  • “In an increasingly complex world, businesses need to be able to handle continuous transformation”

    In order to deepen her knowledge of digital transformation and to explore how her organization can handle rapid changes in the competitive landscape, technology and market demands, Sofie Fjellgren chose to pursue the Leading Transformative Organizations online program.

  • “Good leadership is about being able to connect with both yourself and with others”

    Research shows that mindfulness and emotional intelligence are crucial components to successful leadership. But what does that mean? Lasse Lychnell, PhD researcher in business administration at the Stockholm School of Economics and lecturer in the Leadershift program, takes the chance to tell us about the positive effects of sustainable leadership. Read the article here >>