Leadership lessons for #leadingwomen from a hip hop dance competition? You betcha’!
Don’t imitate the men.
Toni Basil, best known for her multi-million-selling worldwide 1982 hit "Mickey", which reached No 1 in several countries, reminds female hip hop artists to not forget their femininity.
- It doesn’t take away your strength
- You can be as strong as you want
- I’m talking about women accepting the femininity within them and adding it to their “dance”
Love this as a lesson in leadership for women!
Gone are the old days of “big hair, big shoulder pads, go hard or go home”.
And to women reading this - let’s lead like a leading woman not like a man.
“I haven’t found myself constrained by the male models of leadership because I haven’t found them particularly inspiring, so why copy something you didn’t like?” ~ Ann Sherry AO, Carnival Australia
And Toni Basil? At 75yo you truly inspire and not just because of your amazing dance moves. For the groovers reading this post? Check out the video - this will make your day.
(Video - Youtube HHI's "Real Talk”)
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