Disruptive HR

Disruptive HR for Progressive Transformation – with Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek– #005

Disruptive HRDisruptive HR for Progressive Transformation – Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek– #005

“It’s time we progressed HR and L&D processes through Disruptive HR strategies and digital and transformation”.

Today on the L&D Podcast, I am joined by Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek, a strategically focused GLOBAL HR LEADER and HR ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT professional and President of Disrupt Milwaukee & Disrupt Madison; Co-Founder of Contracted Leadership and the Creator behind the hugely popular Disruptive HR Progressive HR blog!

Coreyne possesses over 17 years of global business, and human resource leadership expertise gained living and working in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain.  She also boasts a BA in International Business from the University of Brighton here in the UK, a BA in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and a post-graduate degree in Human Resources from the University of Plymouth, UK and she considers herself to be an “HR Futurist without the formalist training”.

Coreyne also was listed as one of the BRAVA 2018 Woman to Watch, and she is particularly passionate progressive human resource business professional, and so I am hugely excited to welcome her to this episode of this disruptive HR L&D Podcast

In this Disruptive HR for Progressive Transformation – Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek episode of the HR L&D Podcast we discover

  1. What is meant by the term “Disruptive HR” and why these concepts are so crucial for HR Leaders and Learning and Development professionals?
  2. Why Coreyne called herself “the evil HR Lady and vowed never to return to HR” before committing herself to elevate the HR profession and creating her Progressive HR Blog
  3. What “Progressive HR” means to Coryene
  4. What the “5 Pillars of Progressive HR” are and how they can help you to support your employees and workers, develop leaders, focus on business outcomes, create initiatives that support workplace inclusivity and ensure your organisation is future-proofed concerning new workforce trends.
  5. We find out about the student-run Business program at Marquette which involves working with the Milwaukee Blockchain Lab as an ambassador for HR and Learning and Development
  6. How blockchain technology may improve HR efficiency
  7. What does the term “experiential learning” mean
  8. HR insights that could propel your organisations forward in 2019
  9. Exclusively, we also find out who the first speaker will be at the next Disrupt Milwaukee conference will be!  Listen in to find out.

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The Disruptive HR and Digital Transformation HR L&D Podcast is hosted by me, Nick Day, Managing Director of JGA HR Recruitment.

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Content Curation

Content Curation for L&D Professionals – with Stephen Walsh #001

Content Curation

This “Content Curation for L&D Professionals” episode of the HR L&D Podcast, is sponsored by Think Learning. Today, we are joined by CEO and Founder of Anders PinkStephen Walsh

Stephen is an incredibly successful entrepreneur from within the content curation and learning and development space and has successfully co-founded with Steve Rayson, three content curation, e-learning and blended solutions companies including Kineo, BuzzSumo and more recently, Anders Pink

Anders Pink aims to help teams stay smart through continuous learning and by curating relevant content. They help find, filter and share the latest content on any topic, client, sector or industry which saves businesses time by locating better content faster and therefore improving engagement. Anders Pink are also able to embed curated content into your Learning Platforms and this is something we find out much more about in this episode of the HR L&D Podcast!

In this episode, we take a deep-dive into Stephen’s 20-plus years in learning technology and communications to help us understand how learning and development practitioners can achieve a culture of continuous learning and content curation for their businesses.

We also discover more about Stephen’s book ‘Content Curation for Learning’ and we explore how L&D professionals can intelligently filter the way people see information and better support organizations by creating habit-forming practices that will help you to improve your processes for continuous learning and content curation.

So, fasten your seat-belts for a journey deep into the world of content curation!

In this episode of the HR L&D Podcast, we discover:

  1. The biggest challenges to developing content curation processes
  2. Why content curation is important in relation to Learning and Development professionals
  3. The key strategies behind Stephen’s “Seek, Sense and Share model”. 
  4. The key skills you need to become a successful L&D content curator
  5. The key takeaway practical steps you can immediately implement to successfully curate content
  6. The key strategies you would recommend to help them make their content curation processes more efficient?
  7. How easy is it to automate the content curation process
  8. How you can own the content curation process?
  9. The trends in content curation by sector
  10. The key ‘tangible business benefits’ of a business having a content curation strategy?
  11. How Anders Pink can help you with your content curation objectives

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