SA Estonian Business School
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Estonian Business School in Helsinki
Technopolis Ruoholahti, Hiilikatu 3, 00180
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Ester Eomois

Ester Eomois

Ester Eomois

Lecturer
+ 372 665 1316
Additional info

Ester Eomois is EBS MBA Program manager and long-term EBS lecturer on Principles of Management, Service Marketing and Service Management. She also works as management consultant and leadership and service trainer for private companies. 

 

She has 15+ years of experience as board member of international pharmaceutical companies both in Estonia and abroad. The field of responsibilities covered management and development strategies, client service programs and international marketing.

She has been working as a lecturer at EBS since 1994. She has supervised several theses and seminars, organised several complementary training programmes and strategic seminars throughout 15 years. Ester took part in the Academy Of Executive Coaching Certificate programme (UK) in 2014. 

 

She defended a Master´s thesis in International Business Administration at EBS (MBA) in 2005. The topic of the thesis was: „ Loyalty and the development models of loyalty". (MBA). Currently she is enrolled in EBS Doctoral program. Her research topic is women on boards. 

She is a recognized keynote speaker in many management conferences and leadership seminars. Has also made presentations in Finland, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and South-Korea in 2014/2015. 

Main competence fields
  • management
  • leadership
  • marketing
  • service management
Social activities

A member of Corporation Amicitia, a  board member of Business Professional Women ( EENA), the member of International BPW Taskforce of Life-long Learning and Coaching,. She acts the Chairwoman of the EBS Alumni Foundation.

Lectures on subjects

Service Management​, Service Marketing, Principles of Management, Leadership Masterclass, Languages of Instruction are Estonian, Russian and English. Good command of German and Finnish.