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Women supporting women: How 10 leaders inspire other women in leadership roles

"You're someone who can be soft as silk but strong as steel Don't shy away from showing what you're made of, oh This world is yours to take You can bend but you won't break You got no fear and nothing you're afraid of."

When we listened to these lyrics of Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson, Zendaya, Missy Elliot, Janelle Monae, Kelly Rowland's song?'This is for my girls',?we couldn't help but feel empowered.?The lyrics of this song are so beautiful and inspiring, and serve as a timely reminder for every woman that hey, there's nothing you can't do in this world - and everyone should support one another.

With that and in the spirit of International Women's Day, we at?Human Resources Online?wanted to provide a special platform for women leaders to share what they are doing to empower other women, especially in leadership roles.

In this third part of our special series, 10 women leaders from Xero, Exyte Asia-Pacific, Tigerhall, Telstra, Integral Ad Science, Ohmyhome, Shopee Singapore, Equinix South Asia, ESET APAC?and Red Shoe Communications tell us more.

Check out their quotes below and feel free to share the JPEGs across with your colleagues!?(Right-click and open in new tab on image to view in larger size)

Nellie Wartoft, CEO, Tigerhall

Nadya Melic, Global Head of Connectivity & Platforms, Telstra

Anna Curzon, Chief Product Officer, Xero

Jane Ng, Head of Marketing, ESET APAC

Tan Siok Peng ? SVP Finance, Exyte Asia-Pacific

Kathy O'Brien, Managing Director, Red Shoe Communications

Dr. Pan Yaozhang, Head of Data Science, Shopee Singapore

Yee May Leong, Managing Director, Equinix South Asia

Lisa Utzschneider, CEO, Integral Ad Science

Race Wong, CPO and Co-founder, Ohmyhome

Bonus: Our song inspiration for this story

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