Sir Ken Robinson worked with governments, education systems, international agencies, global corporations and some of the world’s leading cultural organizations to unlock the creative energy of people and organizations. He led national and international projects on creative and cultural education in the UK, Europe, Asia and the United States.
Sir Ken Robinson is the most watched speaker in TED’s history. His 2006 talk, “Do Schools Kill Creativity” has been viewed online over 60 million times and seen by an estimated 380 million people in 160 countries.
The RSA Animate of his 2008 Royal Society of Arts talk,‘Changing Education Paradigms’, has been viewed more than 10 million times. 
In 1999, he led a national commission on creativity, education and the economy for the UK Government. All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture and Education (The Robinson Report) was published to wide acclaim. 
In 2003, he received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his services to the arts. 
“Being in your element is not only about aptitude, it’s about passion: it is about loving what you do.”  Ken Robinson, Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative
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