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At George Isaac Consulting, we put people at the center of our process. Every family and family business is different and comes with its own set of challenges and successes. We tailor every project to address our clients’ goals with an effort to preserve the family’s unique cultures and customs. Our motto is to “first listen”, then “consult”. We take the time to develop individual relationships with leadership, management, and both active and passive stakeholders to get the full picture of what’s working and what needs improvement.

After establishing a baseline, we work closely with key team members to develop tailored approaches for our clients so that recommendations are fully implemented and provide long lasting value. With a variety of services from consulting to board advisory to family training, GIC will give you the personalized tools you need to help your business grow, transition, and succeed for multiple generations.


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Principal & Founder George Isaac   

George IsaacIsaac grew up as a child of family business owners and has run several Isaac multigenerational family businesses as a CEO and director. His complementary experiences as a Deloitte management consulting partner, public company senior executive/corporate board member, private equity investor and member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) Family Business and Family Office Networks provides him with the unique perspectives of an operating executive, management consultant, and owner to deliver pragmatic, “experience-tested” and implementable counsel to his family clients.

Over the last twenty years, he’s advised numerous first through fifth generation family businesses and has served as a board member for fifteen companies ranging in size from $30M to $1BB+. He’s an industry expert, frequently speaking at both national and international conferences, lecturing at USC’s Family Business Program, and writing articles on family enterprise issues for CNBC, Family Business Magazine, Directors & Boards Magazine, Trusts & Estate Journal, and Wealth Management, among other publications.