In this episode of HR Talk JC and Ricky connect with two amazing ladies and dive into the subject of Women in Leadership with Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek and Laura Gmeinder, PHR.
Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek is a CHRO with over 17 years of Global business and Human Resource Leadership expertise, living and working in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain. She is a passionate progressive Human Resource business professional, and is best known for her work as Co-Founder of Contracted Leadership, and as President of Disrupt Madison and Disrupt Milwaukee. Her expertise has been shared in the media for international outlets like Fairygodboss, The Mogul Mom, and the HR Gazette. She is also the Co-Producer of “If You Don’t, Who Will? Empowered Women Empowering Women”, the first of its kind short documentary on women’s leadership, nominated in 2017 for BBC 100 Women Challenge; Breaking the Glass Ceiling. Coreyne is the creator and writer of “Progressive HR” blog, a mother of two daughters, and an amateur improv comedian.
Laura Gemindert, PHR is a passion igniter. She’s the Leading Lady at Laura Gmeinder Coaching & Consulting. Those in-the- know would tell you she’s a top rated leadership coach, business consultant and motivational speaker. Laura’s passion lies at the intersection of leadership development and business strategy. Her story? She survived a quarter life crisis by making friends with fear, left her corporate HR job (after 14 years) and set out to make an impact in the world using her heart as her compass. She is an InBusiness Magazine “40 Under 40”, honored for her business savvy and civic contributions, a BRAVA magazine 2018 Woman to Watch and an Athena Young Professional Award nominee. Laura is Vice President of Disrupt Madison and Disrupt Milwaukee. She is co-producer of “If you Don’t, Who Will? Empowered Women Empowering Women” a documentary short. She is certified laser coach, a regular contributor for the International Coach Federation (ICF) blog and provided coaching at Emerging Women conference (deemed a “Top Women’s Conference” by Forbes). Her expertise has been shared in the media for outlets like Huffington Post, US News & World Report and Wall Street Journal MarketWatch (talking about Taylor Swift no doubt). She strives to live an interesting life; the above was accomplished in the spirit of “Do one thing every day that scares you.”