2 days | In-House | Max. 16 Participants
Louise has been helping people and organisations improve their professional development for over 20 years, and in that time has worked with hundreds of businesses and thousands of participants throughout Australia, Southeast Asia and the UK. Louise has worked across a range of industries including tertiary education, mining, construction, airline, gaming, banks, insurance, government, community and Not-for-Profit.
She is deeply interested in how people connect, motivate, and influence each other and her passion is on developing individual and on team capability and leadership development. Louise is across the latest developments in human behaviour, culture, psychology and how the mind works, and includes this in her workshops.
Louise holds a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Training & Development. She also has dual Diplomas of Training and current Cert IV Training & Assessment, is a Level One Executive and Organisational Coach, Module One Gestalt Therapist, trained in Emotional Intelligence (Curtin University), certified in Timeline therapy, hypnotherapy, and holds a current first-aid certificate. She is licensed to use Psychometric tools including Myers-Briggs Advanced Teams Development (MBTI®), Leading Dimensions Profiling and Extended DISC® and is an NLP coach (neurolinguistic programming): the pursuit of human excellence, helping people overcome self-limiting beliefs and mindsets to become the best possible and most powerful version of themselves that they can.
Clients Louise has worked with from corporate, government, community and NFP and internationally include BHP, Crown Perth, Citic Pacific, Clough, GE Oil & Gas, Rio Tinto, City of Perth, City of Bayswater, Dept of Mines and Petroleum, DFES, Mission Australia, RFDS, Therapy Focus, Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training in Malaysia, Malaysian Construction Industry Development Board and Markit in London.
Louise’s background is international airlines, which strongly honed her customer service and safety awareness skills. She is in an international training video demonstrating strong crew resource management as a result of being through a 4-engine loss Mayday situation with oxygen mask deployment, just minutes from impact during a night flight through an electrical storm over the Pilbara.
These days Louise spends her time off writing, practising yoga and aikido, and volunteering for a variety of roles, including writing reviews for Fringe and hosting a weekly radio show every Thursday morning - In Good Company with Lisa and Lou on 89.7fm Perth.