About McLysaght Consulting
McLysaght Consulting brings a unique depth of expertise and perspective to leadership development, consulting, and coaching. Whether refining an executive’s performance, refreshing the company’s vision and strategy, or designing more effective talent management strategies, McLysaght Consulting takes a personalized approach tailored to your needs. Our coaches and consultants bring hands-on, operational experience leading cross-functional and cross-cultural teams and we understand the everyday realities of managing a business. By leveraging our expertise and setting a high bar for excellence, we have helped clients discover and grow into their leadership potential, transform their performance and increase their impact.
McLysaght Consulting creates client partnerships that unleash talent, build leadership, and generate extraordinary results for individuals and organizations.
Carol McLysaght, Founder
With over 15 years of experience as an HR / OD executive, and four years as Chief of Staff to the CEO of a Fortune 500 multinational company, Carol brings a unique depth of expertise and perspective to her coaching and consulting. From roles on strategy, acquisition, and global initiative teams, she possesses broad business intelligence and insight into the complexities of individuals and their organizational cultures. Carol has hands-on experience in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, consumer goods and consulting, which allow her to truly understand her clients and make an impact.
Working as a C-suite and executive pipeline coach, Carol has helped clients discover and grow into their leadership potential, transform their performance and increase their impact. As a facilitator, she creates an environment of trust and healthy debate to open participants’ minds, challenge the status quo and generate insights and innovations that drive people and organizations forward. There are both barriers and opportunities on the path to success; Carol works with leaders and their teams to effectively address the former and ethically exploit the latter.