When we think about our lives and the great ideas we have for ourselves, our families and our communities, what stops most people is that there is someone other than herself or himself who is needed to take the lead. Someone that looks a certain way, has a certain style. Today there is no exclusivity to leadership. No leadership profile or stereotype.
We are witnessing a new form of leadership among women, a new definition of power and what it means to empower. Men need not feel that they are being replaced. Rather, this is the time for collaborative leadership. What matters most is not what the leader’s gender is, how they look, speak or the color of their skin but rather what is being created — together.
Two to Tango – or more