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Stefan Einhorn

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Professor of Molecular Oncology

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Our keynote speaker Stefan Einhorn has written several popular science books as well as a book on religious philosophy. Stefan Einhorn gives lectures on work ethics, wisdom and leadership to academy and industry.

Author, professor of molecular oncology at Karolinska Institutet and a medical doctor specialised in oncology

Stefan Einhorn is a professor of molecular oncology at Karolinska Institutet and a medical doctor specialised in oncology.

Stefan Einhorn has written several popular science books as well as a book on religious philosophy – A concealed God. The latter book has been translated into English. In 2003 he published his first novel – The seventh day.

The art of being kind was published in 2005. It became a bestseller in Sweden, with more then 300 000 copies sold. It has also been translated into 18 languages. In 2007 a collection of shorts stories was published: Fellow humans. His latest book is Paths to wisdom.

Stefan Einhorn is also working as a teacher/lecturer. The students elected him as best teacher at Karolinska Institutet in 1999. Since 2002 he gives lectures on work ethics, wisdom and leadership to academy and industry.

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    Speaker Stefan Einhorn Keynote Topics

    • How to be a good human being
    • Ethics on the workplace
    • Ethical leadership
    • Wisdom – The art of solving problems
    • The art of being kind
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