Creativity through the lens of a champion or creativity, ambassador of wellness and a pursuer of excellence
"Creativity is about searching for information and combining it"
Robert A. Belle is a transformational speaker, mentor and ACCA Qualified Accountant. He helps people who feel stuck in their career or life journey to break away from the “norm” and find new paths that reveal their true value. He has shared his secrets of creative success at his numerous speaking engagements as well as on Antigua and Barbuda’s ABS TV and Radio, Kenya’s NTV and KUTV. He also spends much of his time mentoring and guiding men of all ages to have a strong, positive impact on their families and society as a whole. Robert is a winner of the 2019 Advocate of the Year Award (Affiliate) by the ACCA for his work assisting other accountants embrace their creativity and reach new growth potentials both personally and professionally. He lives in Nairobi, Kenya with his wife and two children where he enjoys hiking, scuba diving and snorkeling.
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ACCA Creativity Speaker
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