After getting used to the year-long social distancing measures, would we become socially awkward when the COVID 19 pandemic is finally history and we can finally get back to work, meet with friends and socialise freely?
Simone Heng, human connection expert, shared a few tips in her recent presentation to prepare us to get ready to connect again, post-pandemic.
Simone Heng is a global keynote speaker on the topic of Human Connection and a former international broadcaster. In her one and half decade-long career in the media industry, it was Simone’s job to connect authentically on-air, on-stage, online and one-to-one with people. She now speaks to organisations around the world on the connection techniques that authentically bring us together.
Simone has been invited to speak at The United Nations, Ted X and Google and has spoken on stages in Thailand, UAE, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada and many more.
Simone also has a Communications and Cultural Studies degree from Curtin University of Technology. She has studied speechwriting in London under Tony Blair’s former speechwriter, Phillip Collins.
Having lived in Singapore, Switzerland, Australia and the United Arab Emirates, Simone has deep intercultural understandings which allow her to communicate and appeal to a wide variety of audiences.
She has worked for and been featured in CNBC, CNN, Virgin Radio Dubai, HBO Asia, Southern Cross Austereo, Harpers Bazaar, Esquire, Elle and many more. She has an online social media community of over 100, 000.
Simone‘s keynotes are:
- The Future of Human Connection
- The Power of Human Connection
- Human Connection Webinars Connect Authentically via Technology
- Connect via Video
- Human Connection and Resilience