Over the course of the past year, many of us have had to adapt and learn new skills. As we emerge from the pandemic, it has become even more important that we incorporate learning into our own processes as well as within our organizations.
CVC Singapore and CAA Singapore are pleased to invite Heesun Kang, Chief Learning Officer, Microsoft Asia, and Roshan Bharwaney, Learning Strategist in Global Operations, Facebook, to take a look at how learning has transformed some organizations and how you may be able to make learning central to what you do.
Date: September 7, 2021
Time: 8:00 PM SGT
Heesun is an IT industry veteran with over decades of experience ranging from product marketing and sales in many Fortune 500 companies in the US, Japan, Korea and Singapore. She currently leads the Worldwide Learning team in Microsoft APAC as the Chief Learning Officer overseeing internal employee, customer and partners and future generations skilling across APAC. Heesun is passionate in evangelizing learning culture and her motivation stems from curiosity. Heesun is class of 88 from SEAS majored in Electrical Engineering.
Roshan is a Hong Kong-born, Singapore-based global talent and organizational development professional and scholar with over 15 years of experience in individual, team, and business change and transformation. He has lived in the US, the UK, Hong Kong, and Singapore and worked in approximately 40 countries across all continents facilitating leadership programs, change management initiatives, and senior leader summits. With a doctorate in adult learning & leadership and a master’s in organizational psychology from Columbia University, he leverages scientific research to design, implement, evaluate and improve initiatives. He works for Facebook as a Learning Strategist in Global Operations, a 24x7 operation that handles millions of transactions daily in integrity, safety, labeling, and customer support. His work impacts a global workforce of employees and contingent workers in service of community members and marketers across the family of apps.