Kalle Möller: Curious about the curiosities of curiosity
March 1, 7:30am - 9:00am CET. Hosted at Göteborgs Konserthus
part of a series on Curiosity
About the speaker
Now on a new date. Sorry for messing up the previous date…
What is curiosity? Is curiosity important? If so, why? Can you become more curious? Should you? This talk will provide some of the answers, but more importantly, it will provide some of the questions that might make your life even more interesting.
We are proud to be able to present Kalle Möller as this month’s brilliant speaker at our event on March 1 (please note the new date!), speaking on the topic of curiosity.
Kalle is an innovation consultant at Unicornsulting Innovation AB where he supports organizations in boosting their innovation capabilities. After working professionally with technology for fifteen years, his curiosity of people and leadership took over, which lead Kalle on a path of deep understanding of Design Thinking and innovation.
For some curious reason, Kalle’s office habitates more pink flamingos than some people might consider healthy. If you ask why, you might get response: Why not?!
Make sure to get your ticket when they go live at 9am on February 18!
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All surplus breakfast from events is donated to their cafe which serves breakfast to Gothenburg’s socially vulnerable.