I had the great pleasure of interviewing Christine Ng, Talent Acquisition at the Financial Times.
Christine is originally from Hong Kong but came to study in the UK for university, which led to her getting a masters in Business Psychology & Organisational Behaviour. After working in finance, launching her own chatbot startup and recruiting both at agencies and in-house across startups, SMEs, and corporates, Christine moved to the Financial Times.
At the FT, one of the world's leading business news and information organisations, Christine leads talent acquisition for all Product and Technology teams.
Christine is actively involved in advising, mentoring, and training startups on their talent acquisition strategy, both in London and in Hong Kong.
This interview is an experiment in audio and video. You will have the opportunity to listen to the audio interview above or the video interview below.
Here are some links to the content Christine mentioned in our interview:
BBC’s The Homecoming - “Historian David Olusoga concludes his series with the three African kings who stood up to empire, an irresistible crooner, race riots in Liverpool and the shaping of black British identity in the 20th century.”