An Hour Well Spent: Innovation Isn't Rocket Science
Is this event for me?
For many people and organisations, innovation can be scary or just for people in laboratories or scientists in white coats.
If you are of these beliefs, then do not attend. If, however you want to understand how innovation works, how it can impact on your bottom line then this event is for you
Why should I attend?
We all have the capacity to be creative. Many of us simply fail to recognise this. There are many innovation killers ranging from organisation culture to individual attitudes to risk and failure. By understanding the nature of innovation, it is possible to unlock your own and the creativity of others.
If you employ people business, or simply want to develop a more creative thinking mindset, you should attend.
Having spent a number of years with Ministry of Defence (MoD) Rob quickly adapted to the business world supporting change at an individual, team and organisational level for a number of companies including:
- Coutts Career Consultants
- Enterprise Northern Ireland
- Invest Northern Ireland
- Business Link East Midlands
Throughout his career, he has always asked questions and challenged the status quo – not welcomed by all!.
“There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why... I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?” Robert Kennedy
He now runs his own company – Cubet Ltd, specialising in Business Development at organisational, team and individual level. Cultural Development, Staff Engagement, Resilience Training and Mindsets have been high on his delivery schedule. All of his work comes through networking and referral
Cubet Ltd has supported a lot of businesses ranging in size, turnover, sector and geographical location. It has delivered a range of training and development services to, amongst others National Skills Academy Process Industries, Remploy, Enterprise Employment and Training CIC, Nurture for Growth and Horizon Community Development Ltd, Network Rail, Remploy and Benchmark Training Ltd, Lincoln University, Squirrel.com, Papini, Knapton Wright and ThinkEleven, Tony Smith Transport, Castlet Engineering, Haven High Academy, Bude Town Council, Mustard Foods and Blayson Olefines, Heritage High School, Glovers Transport, Siemens, Gamesa Renewable Energy and Lace Law.
On a personal note, Rob supports military Veterans, that providing self-managing support post trauma, specialising in the armed forces family. He is also an occasional charity fundraiser. In 2009, he raised £1500 for the Royal British Legion by cycling from London to Paris over 4 days. As part of a family team he helped raise over £5k for Children’s Cancer Charity by completing the 5K Inflatable event. He is also a qualified field hockey umpire, and enjoys golf, badminton and hill walking.
8:00am - 8:15am - Registration with Tea/Coffee
8:15am - Presentation
9:15am - Close