When you live a life of exclusion, you grow up to be someone who naturally includes others, someone who is empathetic, and someone who is respectful of others. You build a natural resilience which makes you an inspiring and charismatic leader. The type that people actually get out of bed every morning to come work for.
Rebecca Stevens A.
Your article described something I experienced on my last job. They are so shocked to see a Black woman in an effective leadership role. We are naturally empathetic as you said because of what we endure. We make excellent leaders. Thanks as always for wiring this 🖤