Mitch Lippman (he/him) is a business performance consultant utilizing executive coaching, team coaching, facilitation, training, and consulting to help individuals and organizations thrive and achieve their goals. His key focus areas are leadership development, Diversity & Inclusion, developing self-awareness, effective communication, and relationship development (including negotiation, business development, and sales skills).
Mitch is also well versed in helping people move through transitions – such as promotions, new jobs, larger responsibilities, finding new work that is values-based and meaningful, and creating better work/life balance. He is particularly sought-after for change management and as a facilitator and team coach for organizations working through change (such as after a merger/acquisition, a reorg, or a business-model pivot).
As a one-on-one executive coach, he helps executives refine their leadership skills and discover their unique, authentic leadership voice. Mitch also specializes in helping leaders address career-inhibiting behaviors.
An expert facilitator, Mitch helps leaders design single- or multi-day programs, addressing the business needs through creative and effective programming. He has designed and facilitated programs as diverse as a brainstorming session for WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), a series of key partnership-development meetings for Telemundo (which closed millions of dollars of business), and a team-building and alignment offsite for the National Dating Abuse Helpline.
He has served on the faculty of GE University and the Talent team at NBCUniversal, and has guest lectured on coaching at Columbia University. In addition, he currently serves as Director of Brand and Culture for Chef Scott Conant’s company, SC Restaurant Ventures.
He received a B.A., cum laude, in English Literature from Boston University and a is an alum of the graduate Coaching Certification Program at Columbia University in the City of New York. His business is an NGLCC-certified LGBT-owned Business Enterprise
Mitch and his husband, Michael Barrett, live in New York City. He has two stepdaughters and two grandsons. As the son, grandson, nephew, and close friend of women who battled breast cancer, Mitch is an advocate of breast cancer awareness, research, and cure.
Certifications include DiSC, Hogan (advanced), Korn-Ferry (Hay Group). #BlackLivesMatter #LGBTBiz