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The members of our collective are at the core of what makes Global Curiosity Institute such a unique organisation. We take pride in the diversity of our team, with each member contributing their unique skills to the projects and clients we are working on and with.

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Clare Inkster

Clare Inkster is a curiosity consultant and human insight specialist.  She’s worked in human insights across a range of global fortune 500 companies including Nestle, McDonald’s, Sainsburys, and Unilever. She’s fascinated by neuroscience, behaviour change, and psychology. In more recent years, Clare has been applying her marketing knowledge to help clients understand how to help people lead happier and more meaningful lives. Her exploration led to an MSC in applied positive psychology and coaching where she specialised in creating and testing workplace curiosity interventions. She lives and breathes curiosity and truly believes that work should be a place of activity that makes us come alive.

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Soren Meibom

Søren Meibom is a Danish - born visual artist who has lived and worked in Boston for over 20 years. With a background as a professional soccer player and astrophysicist, Søren's mixed-media sci-art works are inspired by his experiences as a scientist, educator, and athlete. His unique perspective and curiosity drive him to explore the intersection between art and science, creating thought-provoking and visually stunning pieces. Visit Søren's website to learn more about his work and artistic journey.

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Stefaan van Hooydonk

Stefaan van Hooydonk is founder of the Global Curiosity Institute and author of the bestselling book: The Workplace Curiosity Manifesto. An experienced global C-suite executive, Stefaan held executive roles as Chief Learning Officer in fortune 200 companies like Royal Philips, Cognizant, Saudi Aramco, Nokia and others. He consults global corporations and leadership teams towards building a stronger curiosity muscle. Stefaan researches the topic of workplace curiosity in companies. He believes that curious individuals need curious environments to thrive and that especially in times of turmoil individuals and companies need to embrace intentional curiosity. With the help of a number of diagnostics his team and he designed, he creates insights on what drives and what enables individuals and organisations to show up curiously. He is a regular speaker around the world on the power of curiosity to benefit professionals, leaders, teams, and organisations.

  • Stefaan van Hooydonk
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