Charlotte McIsaac

Charlotte McIsaac

Facilitator/Coach, Taranaki

Charlotte has an absolute passion for all things People and Culture, with over 13 years proven commercial experience in the fields of human resources and business consulting. She has the ability to quickly analyse information and think strategically, to focus on issues that will have the greatest commercial impact and return on investment for her clients, whilst ensuring employees are engaged with the business and its strategic direction.

Charlotte has supported businesses across a range of industries in both the private and public sectors, with a diverse portfolio of local, national and international clients from sectors including oil and gas, government, legal, medical, construction, trades and retail, real estate, hospitality, insurance, and veterinary.

Key areas of expertise include:

  • culture and engagement
  • leadership coaching and workshop facilitation
  • learning and development
  • wellbeing and resilience
  • employment relations
  • change management

Charlotte thrives on helping to build leadership capability and confidence, from coaching and developing leaders in their first leadership roles to supporting well-versed leaders with the next phase of their leadership journey. She is also passionate about supporting the development of leaders collectively across a business through developing and facilitating comprehensive leadership development programmes that nurture and grow leaders in line with business goals and objectives.

Another of Charlotte’s passions is helping people to develop wellbeing and resilience. She has designed, developed and facilitated workshops in this space, specific to the requirements of a business. She is also excited to be a facilitator of ODI’s Let’s Talk Resilience at Work programme.

Qualifications and Accreditations

  • Bachelor of Business (Management, Human Resources, Employment Relations)
  • Saville Psychometric Assessments
  • Certified Transformational Coach, accredited via International Coaching Federation
  • Mental Health First Aid Certificate 2021

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ODI appealed to me as a training provider because of the breadth of experience, qualifications and knowledge of their presenters. Their management team ensured that they understood our needs before suggesting a solution, and their trainer was able to ensure a standard programme was tailored specific to the way we operate. Participants found the content to be well-structured, relevant and useful. We value a training provider that takes the time to understand our people in order to match them with appropriately qualified and experienced trainers.

Kimberley Leighton, Learning and Development Officer, New Plymouth District Council

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