Episode 115

A Big Exit to a Big Consulting Group with Denise Hummel Isaacson

This week on The Exit: Denise Hammel Isaacson shares what dedication and a desire for change can achieve, and how to scale intellectual property through technology. Denise built an organizational culture consulting company, scaling it to 65 countries before successfully exiting to Earnst & Young. Listen to learn how valuing and selling consulting companies is different to technology companies, and the importance of demonstrating scalability in what you’ve created.


As well as being the CEO of RevWork Inc, Denise is also a member Marshall Goldsmith’s Legacy Team of 100 Coaches, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Healthcare Women’s Association, and the former Co-Chair of the Life Sciences Committee of Athena and the Co-Chair of Education for the National Diversity Council. RevWork, Inc. is on a mission to revolutionize learning, and in doing so, is taking today’s most forward-thinking organizations to new heights. RevWork’s next generation nudge-creation platform taps into the science of habit formation to deliver behavioral learning that transforms individual performance and organizational results. The company continued to study the efficacy of its technology with organizational clients while tackling the challenge of understanding how to break down the cognitive barriers inhibiting modern learning and development programs by tapping into the science of habit formation.

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisehummel/

Website – www.revwork.ai


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Steve McGarry

An entrepreneur, content creator, and investor based in sunny Tampa, Florida. In 2015, while living in San Francisco, Steve sold his first fintech startup LendLayer to Max Levchin’s (founder of PayPal) consumer finance company Affirm.

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