Mitch Lippman he/him/his
Executive Coach, Facilitator, Consultant and Speaker – The Mitch Lippman Group, Inc.
Mitch Lippman helps leaders and teams in organizations of all sizes succeed through one-on-one coaching, team coaching, facilitation, and training. He’s also available for speaking engagements and consulting services.
His unique perspective comes from many years in business – with thousands of stories, lessons learned, and humorous and insightful observations. His clients appreciate him for his warmth, his practical outlook, and his ability to help distill an event – a conversation, a situation, a business challenge – into distinct parts, including business, personal, and emotional components. This helps his clients discover new ways to make meaning of situations, and choosing actions that work toward achieving long-term success.
Mitch is a certified facilitator in LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodologies and materials, and has used LSP to great effect for team development, post-reorg, and to meet other business needs.
He has worked in many industries, including tech, entertainment, hospitality, manufacturing, engineering, advertising, pharmaceuticals, finance, legal, retail and e-tail. His clients work in companies you do business with every day, from airlines to streaming services to social media companies.
Mitch has served on the faculty of GE University, and NBCUniversal’s Talent Lab, where he specialized in leadership development, communication and presentation skills, team development, and employee engagement. He has created and led bespoke facilitated events for many groups and situations, from non-profit Board meetings to partnership development meetings for a TV network that closed tens of millions of dollars in ad sales.
He grew up working on a dairy farm in Upstate New York and has been a dance teacher to hearing-impaired ten-year-olds, pianist to world-famous dancers and other artists, and a teacher offering essential management skills to managers in all sorts of environments.
Mitch received his BA in Literature from Boston University and attended Columbia University’s Graduate Program in Executive and Organizational Coaching. He’s a Columbia Certified Coach with well over 1,000 coaching hours.