Opportunities for creatives in the new world with Dr. Ernesto Sirolli

On this episode of Elevenses with CEC we have the amazing honour of being joined by one of the world’s leading consultants on the topic of economic development, Dr Ernesto Sirolli. .

Dr. Sirolli resides in California, USA where he established the Sirolli Institute, a social enterprise that teaches civic leaders to capture the passion energy and imagination of their own citizens, corporations to empower local entrepreneurs to create local wealth and entrepreneurs to form passionate teams capable to transform dreams into viable enterprises.

During his time with us, Dr. Sirolli and host Rachael Brown will be dissecting what makes an entrepreneur tick, how and why creative Entrepreneurs are pioneers and why, in particular the world needs us at this moment in time.

More about Dr Ernesto Sirolli

Dr. Sirolli received a Laurea di Dottore in Political Sciences from Rome University in 1976 and a Ph.D in Local Enterprise Facilitation from Murdoch University, Australia in 2004. He received The 2016 IOEE International Lifetime Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship Education at the House of Lords in London and is the author of two books: “Ripples from the Zambezi” a best seller that is used by Economic Development Faculties in Universities the world over, and :”How to start a business and ignite your life” a book aimed at would be entrepreneurs.

In 2012 Dr. Sirolli was invited to give a TED TALK; his talk : “Shut up and Listen” has been translated in 31 languages and downloaded more than 2.8 million times.

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