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Importance of Women in IT February 2019 with Louise Mahler

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Rethinking the digital revolution

The future is steaming ahead on a track of continued digital innovation, but ‘mind the gap’.

Between the fast moving juggernaut of change is the ever present need to get your message across and a widening chasm of interpersonal skills to inspire and engage.

Dr Louise Mahler’s award winning PhD has made her a thought leader in the field of presence and influence. Chosen by IBM as one of 50 leaders in the field, she advises Australia’s leading C-Suits and Boards, in charge of billions of dollar, on managing themselves and those in their space for amazing results.

Her innovative thinking and distinctive style drives palpable change for the individual, the group and has potential to change a nation.

Meet Louise

Dr Louise Mahler, is one of the most original thinkers in business communication today.

Her expertise in presence and influence began with an economics degree majoring in statistics. This was followed by an interim decade singing opera in Europe with some of the greatest divas of our time, a soloist’s contract at the Vienna State Opera. Ultimately a Masters in Organizational Psychology and a PhD in Business brought it all together.

Louise is a guest presenter for leaders and leadership-teams worldwide and coaches federal politicians, heads of international business and rising corporate talent when the need to give voice arises.

Louise makes regular TV appearances, has a series of videos with the Australian Financial Review and is a constant feature for comment on radio. Her book ‘Resonate’ is for ‘people who need to be heard’.

Her work has had a transformative effect on many people’s lives.

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