The Claim The Lead Podcast is a weekly conversation with your host Teena Evert MA, LMFT, LAC, is the Founder & CEO of Claim The Lead, a personal leadership development company that’s committed to helping extraordinary women in business stand in and own their power so they can lead with intention, authenticity and joy and reap financial and personal benefits from their life’s work.
Through interviews and stories we will explore all aspects of personal leadership, which is the leadership of the self connected to the emotional and psychological well being of women to help develop greater self-awareness, satisfaction and success in life, work and love.
In today’s episode, I am speaking with Carmen W. Landrau, MD a board certified physician who specializes in cardiology, a professional keynote speaker and business coach. She is originally from Puerto Rico but has been living in Houston, TX for more than 16 years.
Dr. Landrau completed her medical training at Ponce School of Medicine, followed by a residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology, both at The University of Texas Medical School in Houston. After her graduation she was hired as part of the staff of the cardiology division at UT and later on opened her own private practice.
As a professional speaker, Dr. Landrau uses her experience navigating a male-dominated and hierarchical career to empower other women and help them recognize their talents, and voice their achievements. This in turn leads them to regain confidence, and take the next steps in their careers and in life. As business coach she works with women business owners who want to improve their business visibility to reach their ideal clients.
In today’s episode we talk about:
♥ What it means to own your worth in a male-dominated, hierarchical industry
♥ What makes you worthy of achieving your goals
♥ The importance of speaking your truth and projecting confidence at work
♥ Discovering what makes you unique and believing in yourself
♥ Tips for managing your time and energy as a professional woman with a family