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Louisa Clarke

Coach, Facilitator, Speaker and Author

Louisa is an experienced Facilitator and accredited Coach, she has designed and delivered Transformation and Leadership programmes globally from Central Europe, the Far East to the Crown Court of Queen Rania of Jordan, which sparked her passion for constructive communication within conflict dynamics and Emotional Agility; specifically neuroplasticity, the capacity for an individual to retrain their thinking for better mental and emotional performance. Specialising in coaching key leadership skills, resilience, effective stress management and trust building in teams, Louisa draws on a decade of serving as a Military Intelligence Officer in the British Army with Operational Tours in Afghanistan and Northern Ireland. Louisa has facilitated in a broad range of Industries from Healthcare (Spire), Engineering Consulting (Hoare Lea) to Logistics and Supply Chains (Samworth Brothers Group) and Retail (Starbucks). Preferring an unashamedly fast paced and cerebral approach, Louisa seeks to challenge thinking of Junior and Senior Leaders alike aiming to raise even the highest calibre Executives’ thinking. A qualified MBTI, DISC, EI and NLP Practitioner, with MA, BA (Oxon) and PGCE, Louisa seeks to stretch and inspire every audience.

Motivational Talks In addition to coaching and facilitation, Louisa also delivers motivational talks, recent audiences have included Investment 20:20, Henderson Global Investors and the Women’s network in Vodafone Global. Drawing on her debut novel Callsign Whiskey, Louisa seeks to make military lessons pragmatic and transferable to the commercial arena, emphasising ways to cultivate strength through mental discipline, the science of emotional management, rewiring the brain and brain and heart coherence.

Outside of work Louisa is a keen sportswoman completing the London Marathon in 2012 and various half Marathons, as well as 250Km on Horseback as part of the Camino De Santiago with her next planned expedition Mount Kilimanjaro in 2016.