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Mitch Lippman is an executive coach, facilitator, and instructor in management/leadership, diversity & inclusion, communications, presentation skills, customer service, and other soft skills for many organizations.

Mitch has successfully coached executives and teams on topics such as leadership, diversity & inclusion, executive presence, effective communication, career transitions, presentation skills, improving customer service, and resolving conflict in the workplace.

Mitch Lippman Biography

He has worked with many major U.S. and International organizations, including Activision; Amazon; AT&T; Break the Cycle; General Electric; Hilton Worldwide; Lotus Software; The National Dating Abuse Helpline; NBCUniversal; Ziff-Davis Media; law firms Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliff; Sidley Austin; and Winthrop Stimpson Putnam & Roberts; financial institutions UBS and Morgan Stanley; and celebrity Chef Scott Conant’s SC Restaurant Ventures.

In addition to over 30 years of training, coaching, and facilitation, he has an extensive background in marketing, event management, retail, hotel, and restaurant operations. He has led large and small teams, headed multi-million-dollar projects, and worked successfully with Fortune 50 companies, small start-ups, and virtually everything in between.

Some of Mitch's accomplishments include

  • Countless successful coaching engagements with individuals who were referred to coaching by their employer and those who sought coaching themselves. Many clients have gone on to be promoted or have found growth opportunities in other companies (although this is not a guarantee of a specific outcome), and virtually all have increased their self-awareness and found new tools and methods for approaching their work, their career, and their work/life balance

  • The development of an LGBT-welcoming service pilot program for a major hospitality company, in conjunction with Joe Keenan of LGBT marketing firm New Avenue Marketing

  • Opening a new restaurant concept at a luxury-brand resort, working directly with front-of-house, back-of-house, and all management staff on teamwork, customer service, luxury language, and behavior

  • Developing, managing, and rolling out a training program for a customized, web-based employee evaluation system for a major investment bank to more than 8,000 participants worldwide within three months - with a 100% compliance rate

  • Successful facilitation and team coaching for new teams, teams seeking innovative new ideas and approaches, teams in need of structured methods of organizing and taking action on new ideas, teams in conflict, and senior executives pivoting their business model

  • Hosting, and facilitating Key Customer Partnership Meetings for a National Television Network with top-tier advertisers, to develop ideas beyond traditional commercial advertising, resulting in innovative custom solutions to partners' advertising objectives and the booking of millions of dollars of incremental business for the Network

Mitch has served on the Faculty of GE University, teaching leadership, communication, and coaching skills, and has guest lectured at Columbia University in conjunction with Dr. Anne Power. 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 from Boston University and a Graduate Certificate in Executive/Organizational Coaching from Columbia University, with a research focus on The Use of Film and Television to Foster Transformative Learning in Executive and Organizational Coaching.

Mitch and his husband, Michael Barrett, split their time between New York City and Provincetown, Mass. He has two step-daughters and two grandsons.

Certifications

Columbia University-Certified Executive and Organizational Coach 

Hogan Assessments and Feedback Certification Program - Levels 1 and 2
Korn Ferry Leadership Architect

Korn Ferry 360 Assessments

DISC

NGLCC-Certified LGBT-owned Business Enterprise