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SIR KEN ROBINSON - CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF CREATIVITY & INNOVATION

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Cordis, Auckland

83 Symonds Street

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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 in 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.


CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF CREATIVITY & INNOVATION

MARCH 20 – 9.00AM – 12.20PM

CORDIS (FORMERLY THE LANGHAM)

  • An analysis of the revolutionary times in which we are living and why creativity and imagination are more important than ever before.

  • How to start thinking differently about ourselves and challenging common misconceptions around our own creativity.

  • Rethinking outmoded ideas about the nature of intelligence and what it means to be intelligent.

  • Revealing the characteristics that today’s most creative organisations share.

  • What leaders need to do to create a culture of habits that promote creativity and innovation.


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9.00am - Opening Remarks & Welcome

9.15am - Sir Ken Robinson - Cultivating a Culture of Creativity & Innovation

10.25am - Morning Tea

11:10am - Sir Ken Robinson - Moderated Discussion - Audience Questions

12.20pm Close




For any registration enquiries contact:

Liz Kooistra
Liberty Stage Ltd
Event Operations

Ph: 09 2390454
0800 239 196
Email: liz.kooistra@libertystage.com

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