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Louka
Parry

Education Futurist & Learning Strategist

The future belongs to those who constantly and rapidly unlearn and relearn in their daily work and life.
Profile

Louka Parry is an award-winning Educator, Speaker, Facilitator and Adventurer with a powerful ability to communicate ideas with clarity.

Louka works across the globe with changemakers, teams, schools and organisations speaking on leadership, wellbeing, innovation and the future of learning and work.

Current Work:

As CEO of The Learning Future, he is committed to transforming learning structures, systems and societies so that we better unlock curiosity and empower individuals to develop the key human capabilities that matter most now and into the future.

Louka also sits on the Executive of Karanga: The Global Alliance for Social-Emotional Learning and Life Skills, which connects those at the forefront of the future of education and social-emotional learning to empower children, educators and communities all across the globe.

A prolific learner, Louka now speaks five languages, has visited over 80 countries, and holds two Masters degrees, one in Instructional Leadership from the University of Melbourne and another in Applied Linguistics. Recently completing fellowships at the Salzburg Global Seminar and Stanford’s d.school, he has spent the last six years training thousands of leaders, educators and executives around the world, facilitating in both English and Spanish.

Previous Experience:

As a former teacher and school principal in South Australia, he was awarded Inspiring Public Secondary Teacher of the Year.

Expertise
Talking Points

The Purpose Motive

How might a purpose-infused workplace enable all employees to be highly adaptive for a life of learning and work? How might our work as leaders of organisations and learning communities catalyse the required societal evolution to become increasingly human and socially and ecologically just? If we inspire ourselves to move beyond old mental models we can return to the most human of experiences: connectedness, creativity, agency and joy, and create a new vision of success.

The Learning Future

In this keynote, Louka explores the changing landscape of work, learning and society, outlining global shifts and what they mean for our learning ecosystems in an ever more interconnected and uncertain world. To thrive, we all need skill sets and mindsets that take advantage of emerging opportunities, adapting in ways that integrate and apply new knowledge to promote engagement across cultures, domains and languages.

The Innovation Imperative / Wellbeing by Design

How do we ensure our organisation is maximizing our potential to innovate? In this keynote, Louka shares insights from his work at the forefront of learning systems bringing depth and clarity from the fields of psychology, business, design and organisational culture that assist us to create powerful experiences and environments that maximise innovation and wellbeing.
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Inspirational. A spiritual visceral experience that will positively impact my work, my life and the lives of all those I lead and serve. I couldn’t believe how time flew by, I was so engaged that I didn’t even take notes in fear of missing one word. School Principal, Victoria

Brilliant communicator, inspiring in every way and left with a set of tangible actions I want to put in place tomorrow.

Educator, South Australia
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