Speaking & Events
So-Young ‘s vision, beliefs and ideas as a thought leader have given her a global audience. Find out where she has been invited to keynote or where she’s going next.
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So-Young Kang presents for the very first time on topic “ The Future Of Digital Learning To Drive Behavioural Change.”
So-Young Kang presents at Jeju Forum alongside world leaders and other high-profile participants.
Meet So-Young Kang at ASU+GSV summit as she speaks on topics “Rising Tigers of the SEA (Southeast Asia)” and “Humanizing Learning through Technology.”
The Young Professionals’ Group (YPG) Singapore presents the third rendition of its fundraising gala this year at The Masons Table. Themed “The Incredibles,” the gala corresponds with the organization’s mission to empower young adults to reach their potential and find the incredible within them.
So-Young was invited by Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and IBFSG - The Institute of Banking & Finance Singapore to speak and inspire delegates and global ambassadors. on her entrepreneurial journey.
The need for the social sector to embrace technology is not new. So why isn’t it happening fast enough when the impact can be so huge? So-Young delves deep into the topic on “Humanizing tech for good.”
Hacking HR Forum is an event designed for HR and tech people across all industries. We are especially interested in mid to senior managerial level in HR and subject matter experts.
Much has been said about the future of work – how digital and technological waves will transform the work, the worker and the workplace. So-Young Kang shares her insights on what it means for educators and training providers.
With the rise of machines and automation, we need to empower and develop our people with 21-century skills, to remain relevant in the future.
How do we educate in a rapidly changing world? How do we focus information and technology to produce meaningful change?
So-Young Kang spoke at the first DisruptHR event in Singapore and the Asia Pacific.
In 2018, through the theme of 'How do we prepare young people for the world of 2030 and beyond?'; the Global Education & Skills Forum is challenging its delegates to consider what we need to teach our children and how we can move those lessons to action.
It was truly a privilege for So-Young Kang to inspire and empower Deans of leading business schools from around the globe to rethink how we teach and how we learn.
How are notions of political correctness changing around the world, and how is this impacting the capacity of societies to engage in critical conversations?
This year’s theme, Anticipating and Preparing for Emerging Skills and Jobs, will take a holistic approach to different types of skills that employers are looking for and how the education and training systems are responding to rapidly changing requirements in light of the fourth industrial revolution.
So-Young Kang was part of the final closing plenary session alongside, Nigerian Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Okey Enelamah, CEO of Siemens Nigeria, Mrs. Onyeche Tifase, Chief Learning Officer General Electric, Roti Balogun, at the 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit 2017.
So-Young Kang will share her experiences as a disruptor and educator to embed values and develop character from her first teaching job in Japan to how it influences how she builds and leads her companies. She will share her views on the future of digital learning and how digital technology is redefining how we engage with content to bring it to life in experiential ways.
So-Young was invited by the Financial Women’s Association (FWA) Singapore to talk about “The Power of the Feminine” where she shared her own experience as a woman in the corporate world.
The International CFO Forum invited So-Young to speak in Sydney, Australia about the “X” Factor of Global Leadership on July 20, 2016.
So-Young Kang was Theme Weaver (host) at SMRT Corporation’s first Customer Experience Innovation conference in January 2016 that brought together thought leaders from various industries to share new ways to increase customer engagement.
So-Young was invited to speak at the Young Professionals Forum in Tokyo, Japan on September 23, 2014 where she spoke about what it means to be human at work.