Drink Like a Lady Podcast

Building Confidence for Women Leaders with Carol Sankar

November 11, 2022 Joya Dass/Carol Sankar
Drink Like a Lady Podcast
Building Confidence for Women Leaders with Carol Sankar
Show Notes

In this discussion, let's talk about why women lack confidence in leadership roles and how to change the narrative. 

Carol will discuss: 
- Why confidence continues to hinder women leaders
- How to remove the "We" and believe in "You" 
- The importance of advocacy and support
- Why "Bragging" matters to your success
- How to start your own rumors @ work and in business
- The impact of verbal cues
- Becoming the leader you are meant to be 

Carol Sankar is an international R&D advisor, investor & founder of the Confidence Factor for Women. Her research has been featured at The University of Miami, Harvard University, Columbia Business School, Facebook, and more.

In addition, Carol has been featured in numerous publications, media outlets, and conferences; including recent features in Forbes, SXSW, Essence, Entrepreneur, TEDx, The Steve Harvey Show, The TODAY Show, and Inc. Magazine.

Carol holds a Political Science & International History degree from Hofstra University in New York. Sankar also has earned several professional certifications; including but not limited to, NYS Notary Public, The American Bar Association Intellectual Property Executive certification from Long Island University, and an American Political Science Fellow.

Today, Carol is an active real estate investor, bestselling author & writer, advisor, and the founder of The Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership, which is an executive firm for women leaders and one of the leading global negotiation training platforms for women entitled Increase Your Ask. In addition, she is a leadership contributor for Inc., and Entrepreneur. 

Joya is currently enrolling members for international (Europe) and domestic (NYC) strategy days. She also leads a year-long intensive mastermind of C-Suite level women, which is accepting applications for 2024.