After completing Richard Powers‘ series of Social Dance classes as a follow, the traditional role for a woman, I decided to learn the other half and go through the classes as lead. Luckily, a few leads dropped out of Social Dance 2 Continue reading “From following to leading (Part 1)”
Today is World Lindy Hop Day!
About Lindy Hop
Google celebrated by featuring Frankie Manning, considered Continue reading “Happy World Lindy Hop Day!”
At Stanford Graduate School of Business, I was part of the one-year Arbuckle Leadership Fellows program that taught us how to be a coaching manager. We applied concepted learned from class by coaching each other in the program and coaching first year MBA students.
While learning coaching and dancing at the same time, I drew a lot of parallels. Continue reading “There’s no one right way to dance or coach”
For years, I danced with socks or flat shoes in Social Dance classes at Stanford or Palo Alto with Richard Powers. However, after one night with 5-hours of dancing at Friday Night Waltz, I decided to get dance shoes because my feet and legs were hurting like crazy the next day. Continue reading “Buying My First Dance Shoes”