Royal College of Arts
He won a ‘Hall of Fame’ award for his work at the Design Week Awards in 2019 and was named Creative Leader by Creative Review in 2018 alongside Paul Smith and Björk. Empathy is at the heart of his practice. As Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, he uses design to address society’s toughest issues from ageing and healthcare, to ability and diversity. He looks at how to instigate positive change in individuals and organisations through personal research in Creative Leadership, with workshops delivered globally to thousands of people including 700 civil servants. He is in high demand as a keynote speaker, writes, curates exhibitions and runs workshops for audiences that range from students to business executives. Rama advises major institutions such as the UK Design Council, the Design Museum, the Royal Society of Arts and the Design Management Institute.
16-May-2023KEYNOTE STAGELeading through disruption: A creative view on leadership innovation