Not Enough Space for Everyone: The True Courage of NASA Astronaut Jeanette Epps
Abstract: This chapter describes how Astronaut and Aerospace Engineer, Jeanette Epps, dealt with the ambiguity of being pulled from a space flight by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), leveraged emotional intelligence to adapt to the challenge, solidified valuable leadership lessons on resilience, courage, and vulnerability, and provides advice for female leaders on navigating the leadership labyrinth. Fundamentally, the hardship Epps experienced deepened her sense of purpose and leadership identity, making her an exceptional role model for female leaders everywhere.
Keywords: adapt / Epps / Astronaut / Jeanette / model / NASA / Courage / intelligence / ambiguity / leveraged
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