Lisa J. Singh, bio

“Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant?”

~Henry David Thoreau

Lisa Singh is a pa email file 2216rofessional coach, interculturalist, and mediator who is devoted to helping people communicate.  In a myriad of roles, Lisa has successfully helped people talk effectively across cultures and conflict.

Lisa has served as an intercultural trainer, advisor and coach for individuals and Fortune 500 companies. The following are a few of her cllients:  City of Dayton, Proctor and Gamble, Emerson Technologies, Johnson Controls, and Avery, ConocoPhillips Oil Company, Siemens Energy Systems, Maxus Oil Company, and Pertamina Oil Company.  One professional taking part in a repatriation program said, “Lisa really helped me review the pertinent skills I learned working overseas.  The half day was well worth the time.”

 

Lisa’s professional mediation experience dates back to 1996.  Lisa was trained in a number of mediation models.  Chief among those models is the transformative mediation model developed by Robert A. Baruch Bush and Joseph P. Folger in 1992.  Lisa has over 200 hours of professional mediation experience in this model and was considered a” Master Mediator”© by the Dayton Mediation Center.  Lisa has advanced training certifications through the Ohio Supreme Court, the Nebraska Community Mediation Association, and the Association for Conflict Resolution.

As a result of her mediation and cultural expertise, Lisa has also developed a passion for facilitation.  Lisa works actively as a facilitator both online and in person.  Lisa leads teams in creative problem solving, works with business to provide more effective meetings, and consults with communities to create public conversations that work. One participant said, “Lisa is a perfect combination of grace and professionalism making her the ever best facilitator I have got to meet. It was a great learning experience working with her…”

As Lisa likes to say, “I help people talk, locally and globally!”

 

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