Annual APS Convention 2019 - Speak the Future

This is the new world of speaking: 100,000 TEDx speakers, free online courses by some of the best professors in the world, robots already gracing our stages, holograms are a ‘thing,’ and if we think we’re safe from artificial intelligence, AI is already writing speeches that can predict an audience’s response with a higher level of accuracy. 

So how do we get prepared for today’s audiences, who are looking to us to explain what is going on and why it’s important to them? How do we get ready to help them find the answers?

We must skip ahead – as the world moves rapidly through the 4th Industrial Revolution – and answer these questions:

  • How are today’s hot issues relevant to us as professional speakers?
  • What will the future of professional speaking look like?
  • How can we, as professional speakers, impact the world during this time of radical change?
  • How can we help the world transform, through our profession?
  • What digital tools can we adopt to make our work easier and our presentations even more impactful?

#BetterTogether is our anchor theme for professional speaking in Asia, and as we all seek the path to success on the global stage, we will draw on the collective wisdom of the profession to understand our role and opportunity during this time of cataclysmic disruption.

Event Details

Event Start: Date / Time 10/05/2019
Event End: Date / Time 11/05/2019
Max. Attendees Unlimited
Price: Individual From 400.00 SGD
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
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