Hidden Figures is Disney’s latest release telling the story of a team of African-American women who helped NASA send astronaut John Glenn into outer space and return safely.
The movie Hidden Figures shares their struggles as Dorothy Vaughn (Octavia Spencer), Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe), and Katherine (Goble) Johnson (Taraji P. Henson) crossed gender, racial, and societal lines in a time where African-American women were considered second class citizens.
With a story like this, you know Hidden Figures has to be chocked full of leadership lessons. So, let’s dig into the leadership lessons from Hidden Figures.
Illumination Entertainment’s Sing is the story of Buster Moon, a Koala, who has one last chance to save the theater he so longs to see saved. After many failures, it’s do or die time.
What’s his solution for saving the theater? The greatest sing-off competition ever seen!
Sing is an animated children’s movie that you may be drug to if you have little ones. Don’t fret. Even if Sing doesn’t look like it appeals to you with its world of animals, you can find leadership lessons in Sing.
Caution: Sing spoilers ahead
Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Sing
1. Everyone has a story:
As Sing opens, we see the backstory of many of the main characters. You see the hectic life of housewife/pig, the failing business of Buster Moon, the criminal family of Johnny the Gorilla, and many others. Read more...
With Disney’s $4 billion acquisition of the Star Wars license in October of 2012, a lot of things have changed. One of those changes is that new movies based in the Star Wars universe are rolling out on a regular basis.
Friday, December 16th saw the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to theaters across the US.
Rogue One introduced us to Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor, K-2S0, Baze Malbus, Saw Gerrera, Chirrut Îmwe, and more. Each character played a pivotal role in the attack on the Death Star.
We were introduced to a backstory that had never been told. How the Rebels infiltrated the Empire and stole the Death Star schematics.
As always, I’m here to bring you the leadership lessons found in the latest blockbuster movie. Get ready for the leadership lessons from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Read more...
I was blessed with the opportunity to see the new movie The Space Between Us two months before it’s US premier. And today I’m going to bring you leadership lesosns and quotes from The Space Between Us.
When the first humans to colonize Mars travel to the red planet, they discover one of the astronauts carried an extra passenger to the new world. Astronaut Sarah Elliot was pregnant.
Shortly after giving birth to Gardner Elliot, the first human born on Mars, Sarah passed away.
Throughout the years, Gardner, played by Ender’s Game star Asa Butterfield, desired to travel to earth. To experience people. To live life like a true human.
That’s where The Space Between Us takes the viewer. Elliot’s journey to earth and his exploration of the human race.