North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 191: Patrick Lynch, CMP
Patrick Lynch talks about how he and his firm, CMP, help companies with talent acquisition, executive search, leadership development, & career transition. Pat is also President-Elect of the Society for Human Resource Management’s Atlanta (SHRM-Atlanta) chapter. “North Fulton Business Radio” is hosted by John Ray and is broadcast from inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
Patrick Lynch, CMP
Patrick Lynch is President of the CMP Southeast region. CMP is a talent and transition firm in the business of developing people and organizations across the full talent lifecycle. In doing so, the firm combines decades of experience with a contemporary approach to building people and teams.
Patrick is responsible for strategy, marketing, and leadership at CMP. He also provides executive coaching to a wide range of senior leaders, helping them develop their strategic leadership skills, servant leadership, organizational engagement, emotional intelligence, and their ability to change themselves and others. Patrick is President-Elect for the Atlanta chapter of Society for Human Resource Management. Known as SHRM-Atlanta, it’s one of the largest SHRM chapters in the U.S.
Prior to CMP, Patrick held senior leadership roles in marketing and sales with leading consumer product companies, such as Georgia Pacific, Kao Brands, Kraft/General Foods, and The HON Company. His certifications and training include The Birkman Method, MBTI, and the Adele Lynn EQ Leadership Institute. Patrick is also a basketball coach for the Special Olympics, a mentor for Year Up, and a board member of Special Pops Tennis: a non-profit that offers an adaptive tennis program specifically designed to share the sport with children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
North Fulton Business Radio” is broadcast from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX®, located inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta. Renasant Bank has humble roots, starting in 1904 as a $100,000 bank in a Lee County, Mississippi, bakery. Since then, Renasant has grown to become one of the Southeast’s strongest financial institutions with approximately $12.9 billion in assets and more than 190 banking, lending, wealth management and financial services offices in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. All of Renasant’s success stems from each of their banker’s commitment to investing in their communities as a way of better understanding the people they serve. At Renasant Bank, they understand you because they work and live alongside you every day.