Good leaders often possess a combination of various “leadership qualities,” such as creativity, motivation, vision, and empathy. However, the most successful leaders are able to adapt to the needs of different situations, employing their diverse set of leadership skills in order to achieve their goals. Traditionally, the idea of feminine leadership is used as a kind of shorthand for an approach that places an emphasis on empathy, humility, and relationship dynamics in business practice. The result can deliver a more considered—rather than impulsive—decision-making process and subsequent action. Traits such as sensitivity, supportiveness, gentleness, warmth, cooperativeness, expressiveness, modesty, humility, empathy, tenderness, and being kind, helpful, devoted, and understanding have been cited as stereotypically feminine. But, Feminine Leadership belongs to all of us. It is a state of being that recognizes and understands the power of connecting, learning, sharing and evolving as a leader. Feminine leadership creates space for unique creativity, inclusiveness, collaboration and supportive competition. Those that step authentically into their feminine when leading are able to demonstrate insight, kindness and the desire to energetically connect to and unlock true potential in others. Listen in as Allison Conte explains the principles and practices of Feminine Leadership!