As a child, Lyman A. Montgomery had a number of physical and mental challenges to overcome; he wore corrective shoes, failed in school, had a severe speech impediment, and was sexually abused by his six grade teacher; he also endured the suicide of his grandmother and murder of grandfather whom he loved very much.
Despite his personal setbacks and adversities, he applied some specific techniques to his life and within a few weeks saw a dramatic positive change in his personal life. Today, he is a well sought-after conference speaker, workshop facilitator and Success Coach to individuals around the country struggling with the transitions of life and work.
As a Human Resources professional, Lyman A. Montgomery's expertise are: strategic planning, competency-based interviewing, labor negotiation, and organizational leadership development. He currently serves as the Director of Human Resources & Organizational Development at Wilberforce University located in Wilberforce, Ohio.
He holds a Masters in Business Administration from American Intercontinental University and BS degree from Ohio University as well as post-graduate training at Harvard University from the W.E.B. Institute for Afro-American Research in Civic Engagement. In 2010, Lyman Montgomery Success Network was established, providing workshops and training seminars on a range of topics dealing with successful living and overcoming adversity. Lyman Montgomery’s motto: "Change takes courage."
Hear Lyman speak at the June 30th, 2012 Black Business Network Speaker Showcase event. Attend in Atlanta or watch online. FREE ADMISSION.