Ishani

Ishani

Ishani Noble is founder and CEO at Self Esteem Consulting – an organisation dedicated to providing the tools and skills you need to develop a positive self-esteem and create an extraordinary life.

Ishani offers self esteem enhancement via private coaching and workshops to the public and for corporate clients. She has successfully delivered workshops for Prison Fellowship (NZ), Angel Tree, Scripture Union (NZ) and Community Fusion Uniting Upper Hutt.

“The tools and skills I offer will produce a significant shift in your perspective within a few hours.

Years of unproductive thinking will fall away as you reflected on your self talk then honestly and bravely embrace the truth of who you really were.

Your life will be transformed as you change gears in your thinking about yourself, your skill, your relationships, career and business.”

Professional & Educational Experience:

Ishani offers a broad range of qualifications and experience in personal development. Ishani is well equipped to work with individuals and groups on personal esteem and organisation development.

Ishani is a Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie and is a fully licensed mentor of self esteem enhancement, Mastery and The Power of Connection reconciliation skills courses for the Kairos Foundation.

She has 25 years experience mentoring, facilitating and leading personal development courses.

Ishani is a Chartered Accountant in CAANZ – Australia and New Zealand. She holds a Bachelors’ degree in Accounting & Finance and a Diploma of Business Studies in Information Systems. She is an accomplished flutist with a Licentiate Music teacher’s diploma from Trinity College of music in London.

She has held a number of roles including Chief Financial Officer, Financial Consultant, Business Partnering Manager and coach in several public, private and charitable organisations. She also holds a high school teaching diploma and taught for several years at Tawa College.

Ishani lives in Wellington with her husband Peter and their three children.