Louise Korver

Louise Korver is an authentic and accessible public speaker, gifted researcher and author. With a background in transformational leadership, Louise renders frank and thoughtful insights to challenge executives to new heights. She provides teachable moments that engages and encourages your audience. Her audiences are riveted by insights from research on their companies and practices. Her most frequently requested topics include Leading Transformational Change and Women in The Fast Lane. Her style is stimulating and engaging, often using polling and other interactive tools to engage with her audience.

Experience

Louise returned to private practice focusing on strategic alignment through leadership and executive development. As a senior consultant with EDA, she consults on custom executive programs, immersion learning and simulation design, and conducts executive assessment and provides C-suite coaching for EDA’s clients.

Louise began her career in Financial Services and spent 15 years consulting to global banks and Wall Street firms on curriculum design and transformational change. As the industry consolidated, Louise returned to progressive leadership roles in Fortune 100 companies, including Ingersoll Rand, where she led the design of its corporate university Leadership & General Management School. She was the talent group leader responsible for World Headquarters and the North American Division’s talent management function at the H.J. Heinz Company, and worked on the privatization of the company before joining AT&T as head of the Executive Development function at the Dallas, TX headquarters.

Louise will bring to your organization her experience across multiple industries. Her views are informed by her distinguished career as head of the global enterprise Executive Development functions at Bank of America, EMC Corporation, and AT&T. An avid blogger, her latest book on executive onboarding received over 200 LinkedIn views in the first week.

She served on the Boards of Wharton Business School’s Aresty Institute, chaired program committees of the Conference Board for Executive Coaching and Leadership Development, and has served on the advisory boards of the Human Capital Institute and Chief Learning Officer Magazine. She is on the Girl Scouts board Hornets’ Nest Council and Gold Award Committee in Charlotte, North Carolina. She lives on Lake Norman and is an avid sailor and kayaker.

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