Panel Discussion

The Power of Inclusive Leaders & Personal Responsibility

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The Power of Inclusive Leaders & Personal Responsibility

What does it mean to be a leader in today’s world? For one, humans are complex beings with a wide range of identities. As the complexities of humanness do not end when work begins, what does this mean for leaders looking to create a space that is inclusive of all people? Join two members of the ThinkHuman team, Sam Guilbeaux and Lauren Guilbeaux, as they explore how inclusion efforts of leaders enables people to show up to work as their full selves. The conversation will explore the implications inclusive leadership holds on the individual and organizational level. The discussion will serve as a springboard for organizations who are looking to create real change, starting with their leaders.

Meet The Speakers

Lauren Guilbeaux
Lauren Guilbeaux
Head of Growth, ThinkHuman

Lauren Guilbeaux is a sales leader and growth strategist helping companies center their sales strategy in empathy and true connection to their customers. As a trans woman in the technology space for over 12 years, Lauren is personally committed to spearheading the diversity and inclusion strategies needed to create necessary corporate culture shifts. Lauren is currently Head of Growth at ThinkHuman where she helps companies develop inclusive leaders through cohort based training and coaching that elevates emotional intelligence and creates long lasting behavior changes.

Sam Guilbeaux
Sam Guilbeaux
Client Advocate at ThinkHuman

Sam Guilbeaux is a client advocate for ThinkHuman, helping HR leaders uncover pain points within their leadership culture and brainstorming solutions via holistic leadership development. Sam is a writer and designer, formerly running a successful wedding photography business before joining the ThinkHuman team in 2020. Sam challenges the status quo with their outsider perspective and small-business experience to think outside the box, always eager to find opportunities to subvert and transform systems of harm and oppression.