We are back!!
Come and join us as Dr. Louise Mahler leads us is an evening of learning, networking, food, refreshments and good company to strengthen your interpersonal skills and confidence post COVID-19.
Head to Eventbrite to register for this event, $70 pp (GST included).
About this event
We are back! Post pandemic, it is time to get out and about again to network, do business and get refreshed. Some of us are a bit rusty and its time to brush up the skills of interpersonal communication that instil trust, create influence and rebuild our own confidence.
In this incredibly hands-on, practical and often hilarious session for women in business, Dr Mahler will analyse, plan and review through the lens of body, voice and frameworks of communication, tailored specifically for you. Explore the roles of body language, vocal psychology and patterns of conversation that control presence and influence.
Dr Louise Mahler
Moving from the Vienna State Opera back to Australia, Louise observed a ‘missing ingredient’ in corporate leadership and completed an award- winning PhD around the unsung wisdom of the mind-body-voice connection she named Vocal Intelligence.
Her highly participative sessions mean you leave knowing, understanding and even embodying the change. You will be transformed from the darkness of confusion to the lightness of laughter and song.
Louise’s qualifications include: B.Econ; B. Mus; Post Grad Dip Music; L.Mus.A; Master of Applied Science in Organisational Change as well as a PhD in the faculty of Business. She is also accredited in MBTI, a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistics and certified in level 1 and 2 of Estill voice work. In 2006 Louise was the recipient of RMIT’s award for innovation in PhD research.
She appears on TV and Radio for her work on Presence and Influencing for senior leaders in high-stake engagement. Having worked with Fortune 500 clients including BHP, IBM, Adobe, Gartner, Transdev after a lifetime of being a communications expert Dr. Louise Mahler will introduce you to new ways to engage and communicate in business.
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