- John C. Bogle once noted, “Learn every day, but especially from the experiences of others. It’s cheaper.”
Time with HR show, now streaming on Showmax presents the opportunity for viewers to learn from the stories and experiences of others who have made headways in their respective careers.
With many years of experience, these guests share their entrepreneurial skills, life lessons and tips that have shaped their careers, success stories, failures and regrets so as to encourage and empower viewers on the path to developing their careers.
Time with HR is a brand-new 13-part talk show on which human resource director Yasmin Boama interviews high-profile personalities from different industries in the country on career development, sustainability and progression.
Time with HR with Yasmin Boama aims to provide the audience with insightful and revealing business knowledge best needed in today’s revolutionary business phase.
The first episode saw renowned actor, Adjetey Anang sharing insight on career longevity using his exemplary acting journey. He also shed light on how to build a career legacy. Mr. Anang on the show stressed the need for individuals to always give out their best in tackling any task.
“Every role for me is A, and I need to really bring out my best. That’s not to say that I’ve always brought my best game to every production. There are productions that I might take part in and I feel like I could have done way better.”
The Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong, also shares his journey on how he started as a hawker and went on to build an empire, the challenges he has faced along the way, his ultimate regret and career tips.
Offering more business insight is former CEO of Jumia Ghana, Diana Owusu-Kyereko, who spoke about maximising business growth and accelerating one’s career, and Selorm Adadevoh, CEO of MTN Ghana, provided a guide on how to ascend the career ladder.
Subsequent episodes will see singer-songwriter Adina Thembi speak about working with various talents and staying relevant in the music industry while Anita Erskine will highlight how a person can define their self-worth and how one can be intentional about their ambitions.
Also, Inna Patty, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and organizer of Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant shares insight on entrepreneurship and how to persevere in the face of strong adversity. Ameyaw Debrah shares in-depth knowledge on creating an online presence, monitoring representation and online brand management, and Kweku Bediako, CEO of Chocolate Clothing will provide insight on career actualisation and expansion, hiring, delegating and putting structures in a company.
Episode seven to episode thirteen will see Sacha Okoh, brand owner of SO Aesthetics throw light on international brand management. How a young entrepreneur can associate his/her brand with international companies and excel.
Diana Owusu-Kyereko, former CEO of Jumia Ghana will be seen sharing discovery on how one can maximise their business growth and accelerate their career. And, Ida Yeboah opened up on returning back to Africa from Europe to advance her career. Her observations on the work differences and similarities between the two.
Time with HR makes its first appearance on DStv’s Akwaaba Magic and Showmax starting Oct 13, 2021. You can follow the show on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep updated with its course using the handle @timewithhr
Yasmin Boama is an HR Consultant and the Director of African Bagg Recruitment, a subsidiary of African Bagg Group Limited. She is an alumni of Oxford Brookes University, UK with a BSc in Business and Marketing. Yasmin has been instrumental in expanding and driving African Bagg Group’s vision and expanding its real business consultancy services over the last 11 years.
Her years of professional experience also includes recruitment, training, tactical marketing and planning, budget/sales forecast using SAP and running intensive assessment programs for clients such as Tullow Oil, Mitsui & Co, GNPC, SSNIT, ECG, HFC Bank amongst others.