Walking and Communicating with Confidence
How women administrators can hone their confidence to more effectively lead their schools.
There’s a fine line between overconfidence and selling yourself short. Walking this tightrope can be challenging, particularly for women in leadership. Alabama educator Dr. Demica Sanders has honed her confidence over her career, and shares with Andrea and Jessica how and why it is important to walk and talk with confidence. In this episode, we discuss:
- Barriers to being confident
- Overcoming fears
- What walking in confidence looks like
- Having honest conversations
Dr. Demica Sanders is a former school administrator, and currently serves as executive director of Professional Learning with Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools.
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