Why did we start a podcast series?
VerifyNow’s mission is to help organisations build a trusted workforce. We wanted to create a series to gather useful and actionable information from business leaders, experts and HR professionals. This is a leadership and HR podcast, some of the topics we cover include:
The HR Think Tank Podcast is hosted by Khai Ngo, CEO and Co-Founder of VerifyNow. Khai is a curious person by nature who loves to engage in meaningful dialogue. He’s always been interested in these types of conversations as demonstrated by his time as Co-Founder and Director of the Australia-Vietnam Leadership Dialogue. You can read about Khai’s story as documented by his alma mater: University of Technology, Sydney.
Who should be listening?
The HR Think Tank podcast is for business leaders, people leaders, HR managers and aspiring HR professionals. Listeners will benefit from the educational content and practical tips provided by the esteemed guests.
Have guest suggestions or interested in coming on the show? Reach out – email@example.com.
When should you be tuning in?
We’re releasing our episodes twice a month and it’ll be in both audio and video format. We’d appreciate if you could support us and share our podcast with your network.
You can listen to our podcast series by subscribing to “HR Think Tank,” on your favourite podcast platform including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, iHeart Radio and TuneIn.
The video series will also be available on our YouTube Channel: HR Think Tank. Show notes and bonus content can be accessed on the VerifyNow website.
How many episodes are we producing?
In 2021, the plan is to record around 14 episodes which will be released between June – December. Our recording schedule is over subscribed and we have plans to release another season in 2022.
Listen/Watch the HR Think Tank Podcast intro episode
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YouTube Channel: HR Think Tank
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