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Fri, 29 Sept


Online via Zoom

Camelot Innovation Hour "Becoming More Creative"

At the heart of innovation is the need for creativity, but how do we become more creative? To understand and explore the power of creativity, we have internationally renowned photographer, Dr Ralph Kerle to share his expertise, his wonderful stories - you will be inspired!

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Camelot Innovation Hour "Becoming More Creative"
Camelot Innovation Hour "Becoming More Creative"

Time & Location

29 Sept 2023, 09:00 – 10:00

Online via Zoom


About the event

Dr Ralph Kerle is a Creative Leadership Coach | Creativity and Innovation Behavioral Strategist | Artist

With a background in the arts and theatre, Ralph works with organisations to boost and tap into their creativity to develop imaginative new approaches to doing business. You will understand the creative journey and improve creative ability. You won't want to miss it!

Ralph Kerle stands as a testament to the idea that true innovation stems from the wellspring of creativity. Over his illustrious career, Kerle has earned a reputation as a leading thinker in the realms of innovation and creative leadership. His endeavors stretch across multiple industries, from media to arts, showcasing his adaptability and multifaceted talent.

Currently an internationally renowned photographer, his works, often seen as a fusion of art and business acumen, have not only earned him accolades but have also driven companies to rethink their approach to innovation.

In a world where many see logic and creativity as opposites, Ralph Kerle's journey stands as a beacon, lighting the way forward for all those who seek to merge innovation with imagination.

Some of the topics this session will explore include:

  • The role of creativity in Insurance today.
  • Dr Ralph Kelre's professional journey.
  • The U Theory - a way for people to think about a blueprint for creative thinking and how it works.
  • Why does being creative matter?
  • How did kayaking lead to Ralph's current passion? 
  • Ralph's three top-tips to being more creative!

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