With the recent release of TED’s 20 most-watched talks, Washington Speakers Bureau is proud to announce that Sir Ken Robinson, Internationally Acclaimed Expert on Creativity and Innovation and Author, Out of Our Minds and The Element, was ranked number one. Sir Ken’s talk about How Schools Kill Creativity (2006) has received an astounding 13,409,417 views, while another WSB exclusive, Dan Pink, Best-selling Author, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us and A Whole New Mind, ranked high on the list. Pink’s talk on the Surprising Truth About Motivation (2009) has received 4,706,241 views to date.
Other speakers who frequently work with WSB made the top 20 list with their talks as well, including Jill Bolte Taylor’s Stroke of Insight (2008) and Brené Brown’s Power of Vulnerability (2010).
To learn more about Sir Ken Robinson, Dan Pink and all of WSB’s TED speakers, visit: WashingtonSpeakers.com/TED_Speakers
Or, read TechCrunch’s post about TED’s most-watched talks by visiting: WashingtonSpeakers.com/TED_Top20Talks