Dreammakers with Neha Sampat

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Neha speaks with namesake Neha Sampat, founder and CEO of GenLead/BelongLab about owning your value, belonging, and inclusion. Also...decades worth of mistaken identity.

Show Notes

For decades, Neha Sampat, founder and CEO of GenLead/BelongLab, and our host Neha Sampat, CEO of Contentstack, have been mistaken for one another on social media, in news outlets, with conference organizers, and more. This podcast is the first time they met in person. In this episode, they describe these years of mistaken identity as a "gift."

Through GenLead/BelongLab, Neha focuses on building belonging and true inclusion through consulting, training, speaking, and writing. She helps organizations bust bias and individual clients develop job situations and leadership styles that engage their true and best selves. 

Neha and Neha discuss:
  • Breaking the mold of leadership to allow people to create new molds
  • Owning your value helps you stand out
  • The best day to follow your dreams is today...not "someday"
  • The jump to entrepreneurship 
The Dreammakers enjoyed a glass of wine while they talked: Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2016. It's from Tuscany, which is known for making wines from Sangiovese. While that is known for being light, this wine is more complex. The winery was built in the 16th century, and the bottle has great fruit, acidity and a beautiful ruby red color.

Other show notes:
Follow Host Neha Sampat on LinkedIn and @nehasf
Follow Guest Neha Sampat on LinkedIn and @nehamsampat
Follow @Contentstack

What is Dreammakers with Neha Sampat?

Candid conversations between trailblazing women that will change the way you see success, purpose, and what it takes to bridge the two. Hosted by Neha Sampat, three-time tech founder and CEO known for building successful companies that are great places to work. She's also a sommelier so expect some wine education, too.