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Terry’s Key Qualifications:
Experience: Over 27 years in the Corporate world assisting clients in a variety of ways
Client Industries: Consumer Packaged Goods, Restaurant, Sports & Entertainment, Retail, Healthcare, Technology, and others
Levels of Service: All leadership levels
Expertise: Mediation skills, alternative dispute resolution, career transition programs, training and development programs
Coaching Style: I approach all of my clients with a calm, supportive and knowledgeable foundation in order to assess their needs and address these concerns with a personalized training and development program
Terry Patch has worked with a broad client base including clients in a variety of business sectors including Consumer Packaged Goods, Restaurant, Sports & Entertainment, Retail, Healthcare, and Technology. In addition, Terry has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, D Magazine and Black Collegiate Magazine.
Some of his consulting engagements include: developing and executing a Career Transition Seminar for administrative and mid-management level employees for the City of Dallas, creating and producing a 30- minute videotape training program for Pier 1 Imports, developing a scholarship program for Frito-Lay for minority students with an interest in becoming entrepreneurs, developing and delivering negotiation and mediation skills training to Dallas Independent School District administrators, and executing an extensive career transition program for the City of Dallas’ laid-off associates through a sister enterprise (career transition reset partners).
Mr. Patch received his Bachelor of Science degree in education and English from Chicago State University and a graduate degree from Loyola University in human resources. In addition, Mr. Patch completed advanced graduate studies in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) at Southern Methodist University and a Dispute Resolution Practicum with Dispute Mediation Service.
Mr. Patch is a member of the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association, the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable, and was a former panel member for mediators for The Public Employees Relations Board for St. Croix, USVI. Mr. Patch served as Vice President on the Board of Directors, Dispute Mediation Service and served on the Board of Directors, The Family Place. He is an active volunteer ombudsman for Senior Source and is a lifetime member of the National Black MBA Association and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He was Past Business Relations Chairperson for the Dallas Chapter of NBMBAA. In addition, he served on the Advisory Council of the University of Texas at Austin, College of Communications. Mr. Patch has been a consultant to INROADS DALLAS and was a regular presenter for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management’s annual orientation program.