Lead Like A Woman

Lead Like A Woman


Meet People Where They’re At

Michela Hundrup

Michela Hundrup is the President of ProMotion Holdings Global, a leading national provider of communications consulting and content technology solutions. After graduating from college, Michela joined ProMotion Holdings as a Marketing Intern before becoming a manager. Over the past 13 years, Michela has managed an acquisition — including transitioning operations, streamlining workflows, and employee onboarding — and navigated the evolving business environment, creating organizational growth.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • How having a supportive CEO has advanced Michela Hundrup’s career and leadership
  • Michela shares how she created a female executive team — and its influence on the company
  • Michela’s experience as a marketing intern
  • The impact of motherhood on leadership
  • How does female leadership promote flexibility?
  • Tips to advocate for yourself

In this episode…

Traditional and antiquated leadership involves micromanaging employees to produce a desired result. But this style hampers business growth, so leaders must embrace new voices and ideas to develop innovative solutions. How can you meet employees where they are and provide them the freedom to develop and thrive?

After starting as a marketing intern, Michela Hundrup advanced her role through supportive leadership, employing her skills to solve problems independently. This allowed her to cultivate a female-led executive team and nurture personal and professional development among next-generation leaders. With transparent communication, receptivity to fresh perspectives, and flexibility, you can establish a robust team of growth-minded individuals.

Andrea Heuston sits down with the President of ProMotion Holdings Global, Michela Hundrup, on this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, to talk about facilitating adaptable leadership. Michela opens up about motherhood’s impact on leadership, how she created a female executive team, and how female leadership promotes flexibility.

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