Biography: Robert A. Isaacson, MA, MSS

Bob Isaacson, the co-founder of Full Circle Solutions, has over 30 years of experience with C-level officers, corporate executives, management teams, former military officers, and business owners, helping them to be powerful, results-oriented, empathic leaders and team builders.

He uses the power of emotional intelligence and motivational psychology to tap into what motivates and engages leaders to help them unlock their true potential and build their teams. His background as a behavioral healthcare expert and clinical social worker gives him a deep understanding about how to facilitate personal and organizational change. He knows how to use emotion to propel the change process along.

Bob has high-level business experience as the former co-owner and president of Access Behavioral Care, a healthcare provider network in Philadelphia. Also, he is an adjunct professor in Immaculata University’s Organizational Leadership Master’s Program and at Bryn Mawr College’s Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research.

Bob works as an executive coach, leadership development consultant, team builder, as well as keynote and motivational speaker. His company is based in Narberth, Pa., in the Main Line suburbs of Philadelphia. His clients include domestic and international companies in India, England, and Latin America.

“Everyone needs a voice in the room at work, needs to be influential and listened to,” Bob says. “This promotes workplace engagement and commitment to a company’s vision and goals.  And that, in turn, leads to increased productivity, top line revenue growth and bottom line profitability.”

A native of Maine, Bob has a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College, a master’s degree in management and administration from Antioch University, and a Master’s in clinical social work from Bryn Mawr College. 

“My original plan was to study law and go into politics,” Bob says. “I figured I might lose an election or two and the law was my backup plan. In hindsight, it wasn’t a particularly good way to choose a career.”

After working for a variety of candidates and in a number of businesses, Bob developed a strong sense of what makes a good leader and decided that this would be his life’s work.

“I had a bit of the old time politician in me that lingers to this day in my work as an executive coach,” he says. “I believe in helping people and organizations change for the better and sustain that change over time.”