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Sam Turner  - Leadership - Leader in Inclusion and Cultural Reform.

Travels From New South Wales

Speaker Topics

Gender Equality in Business

Learn how to set targets, practical strategies and what really works as well as leadership must dos. Read less
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Inclusion 101: Where do we start?

Sam gives audiences practical initiatives and tools including leadership training, employee networks, action plans and targets/measurements Read less
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LGBTIQ Inclusion

Discover how to create a truly inclusive workplace for your LGBTIQ employees and customers, including inclusive language and how to build a strong employee network. Read less
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Sam's Personal Story and Insights

Hear Sams story of authentic leadership and being an out female senior leader in a large organisation. Read less
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We Think We're Inclusive. What Next?

How inclusive are your leaders? How do you shift middle management? What is inclusive leadership anyway? Includes a Q&A for senior leaders. Read less
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Sam Turner

Leader in Inclusion and Cultural Reform.

Sam Turner is an influential global people, inclusion and cultural reform leader with 25+ years’ experience across the financial services, technology, higher education, arts, community, and natural resources sectors. Sam is known as an innovator, a strategic thinker, and someone who is passionate about community and the power of positive change. 

Sam is the Chief People Officer at Allens Linklaters, a leading Australian law firm. She is the previous Chief of Staff for Microsoft Asia, and previously served as the Head of Inclusion & Diversity for the Westpac Group. Sam has held senior commercial roles at Microsoft, Westpac, NAB, BHP, and Deloitte.

She is an engaging and energetic speaker on topics of leadership, influence, cultural renewal and reform, inclusion, equality and her own personal journey to authentic and courageous leadership.

Sam worked as an independent consultant alongside Elizabeth Broderick, and the Australian Human Rights Commission in their highly respected and public reviews of workplace culture. Sam’s focus is specifically on gender and race equality, LGBTIQ+ inclusion, and cultural transformation. She recently co-led the Australian Music Review into sexual harm and harassment. 

Sam was the winner of the 2016 Women of Influence Awards and was named one of Australia’s Outstanding 50 LGBTIQ leaders in the Deloitte/Google 2018 list and is a Churchill Fellow.  She is the Chair of The Aurora Group, one of Australia’s largest not for profit LGBTIQ+ Foundations. 



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