Dr Louise Mahler is the foremost expert in the psychology of face-to face engagement - Creating powerful, discernible, and positive change in those with whom she works.
Louise is a global thought leader in confident leadership communication. Passionate about staying human in a virtual world, Louise helps leaders and teams bring their best through body-language, voice and divulges the algorithms of engagement in high-stake engagement.
While her tools and techniques are useful, practical and highly relevant, her impersonations of world leaders and in-the-moment audience analyses are hilarious while being real and highly informative.
Engagement, humour and learning with energy are the mainstays that see Louise booked internationally across Australia, USA, Europe, India, China, the Pacific and New Zealand, mesmerizing international audiences such as Gartner, Adobe, Transdev, L’Oreal, GE and the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).
A highly sought-after keynote and virtual speaker, educator and author, Louise has worked with thousands of high-profile leaders from around the world and helped countless top 50 ASX companies, major brands and multinationals - PwC, Telstra, NAB, CBRE, CBA, ANZ, BHP, Lion, L’Oreal to name a few.
As a global expert in body-language, voice and confident leadership, she is the author of Resonate – For those who need to be heard, published by Penguin Random House and believes that, today, more than ever we need to be confident to engage, inspire and build trust in those we lead.
Louise has appeared on every major television channel and radio station in Australia as well as highly ranked prime-time TV with Hughesy We Have a Problem. Quoted in USA and British media, she is a weekly contributor to digital and print news throughout Australia. She recorded 36 videos for the Australian Financial Review and was chosen by IBM as a key creative source world-wide. She is the host of her own podcast POP: Perspectives on Performance featuring stories, tools and techniques of all performing arts and their applicability to leadership.
Louise believes everyone has a voice, so let’s get heard.