Troy and Zara Love

Troy & Zara Love are Directors of Great Talk and two of Australia’s most loved performers and event hosts.

Honing their craft as stand-up comics, Troy & Zara spent years as award-winning breakfast radio hosts and more recently two decades hosting live events for major companies here and internationally.

With over 20,000 appearances on stage, online, radio and screen to a collective audience of more than 20 million, Troy & Zara know a thing or two about performance and after 30 years together as a team, they understand the value of great relationships.

They also coach executives, professional speakers, thought leaders, tech wizzes and influencers to help them shape, share and deliver more engaging presentations that move people to take action.

Great Talk has provided powerful speaker coaching for thousands of senior leaders, presenters, professional speakers and teams - both live and virtually.

The Story Workshop by Great Talk changes the way people present and communicate forever!

Troy & Zara are also members of the Australian Writers’ Guild, Institute for Learning & Performance Asia-Pacific, International Positive Psychology Association, Professional Speakers Australia, Screen Producers Australia and the Victorian Writers’ Centre.

Testimonials

The whole team loved working with you...and got a lot out of our time together...a great fit..
General Manager, Sydney Entertainment Centre

I've been to many of these things and I've never seen one presented so professionally and so well....thank you
CEO, yes Optus

Thank you for making our values launch such a successful event. You engaged a diverse workforce and ensured everyone had fun. I highly recommend HA! for any corporate event.
CEO, Banyule City Council

Troy and  Zara Love speaker

Speaker Video

Troy & Zara Love - Showreel

Troy & Zara Love - Showreel

Troy & Zara Love - Meet Your Coaches

Troy & Zara Love - Meet Your Coaches

Zara Love at TEDxMelbourne  - The epidemic of over-seriousness

Zara Love at TEDxMelbourne - The epidemic of over-seriousness

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