Sir Ken Robinson

THE MOST WATCHED & DISCUSSED SPEAKER IN THE HISTORY OF TED & INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED EXPERT ON CREATIVITY & INNOVATION...

 

AN AUDIENCE WITH

SIR KEN ROBINSON

EDUCATION | MARCH 19

BUSINESS | MARCH 20

 
 
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SELECT YOUR CONFERENCE

CREATIVE SCHOOLS: REVOLUTIONISING EDUCATION
MARCH 19 - 8.50AM - 12.05PM
SKY CITY THEATRE

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

School Leadership Teams

Teaching Staff

Early Childhood Educators

Special Needs and Support

Government, Association and Representative Bodies


CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF CREATIVITY & INNOVATION
MARCH 20 – 9.00AM – 12.20PM
CORDIS (FORMERLY THE LANGHAM)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

CEO’s & Executive Leadership Teams

HR/Marketing

Entrepreneurs

Coaches

 


ABOUT SIR KEN ROBINSON

 

ONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADING AUTHORITIES & SPEAKERS IN CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION.

Sir Ken Robinson’s entire career has been dedicated to transforming our perceptions of creativity and how we cultivate creativity in our schools, businesses and other organisations.

An internationally recognised authority on creativity and innovation in education and business, Sir Ken Robinson is also one of the world’s leading speakers. Videos of his famous talks to the prestigious TED Conference are the most viewed in the history of the organisation and have been seen by an estimated 300 million people in over 150 countries.

Sir Ken works with governments in Europe, Asia and the US, international agencies, Fortune 500 companies and leading cultural organizations. He led a national commission on creativity, education and the economy for the UK Government, was the central figure in developing a strategy for creative and economic development as part of the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, and was one of four international advisors to the Singapore Government for a strategy to become the creative hub of SE Asia.

Called “one of the world’s elite thinkers on creativity and innovation” by Fast Company magazine, Sir Ken has received numerous awards and recognitions for his ground-breaking contributions.

In 2003, he received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for services to the arts.


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