Senior Partner, Principal TeamLMI

Lisa Frese

Lisa’s focus is leading our hiring services division with clients across the US.  She is known for her high energy, and enthusiasm; and her expertise in good hiring practices, including the use of personality and reasoning assessments.  She loves to help our clients hire great people!

She is an entrepreneur at heart, having started several successful business ventures, and having experience in both real estate and legal fields. Her titles have included founder, manager, title insurance agent/settlement officer, paralegal in real estate and corporate finance, loan officer, and Realtor.     

Lisa is a graduate of Shippensburg University with a degree in Criminal Justice and Central Penn Business School with a degree in Paralegal Studies.  She has held leadership positions with various volunteer organizations and has been a member of the PinnacleHealth Auxiliary Board for the past 6 years, currently serving as Historian.  In addition, Lisa has spent several years raising funds for local charities, is an avid animal advocate for homeless animals, and volunteer at Speranza Animal Rescue.

Her personal interests include scrapbooking, reading, relaxing at the beach, planning excursions and spending time with her husband, Kent, two daughters, Olivia and Nevina, and canine children Charlie, Joey, and Milo.  

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What the heck is Industrial-Organizational Psychology?

SIOPThe Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology was established in 1982 and its 8,000 members are dedicated to applying psychology to people in the workplace. No, they are not "shrinks." Rather, their field of psychology tries to understand and measure human behavior to improve employees' satisfaction in their work, employers' ability to select and promote the best people, and to generally make the workplace better for the men and women who work there. They do this by creating tests and by designing products such as training courses, selection procedures and surveys.

Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific study of the workplace. Rigor and methods of psychology are applied to issues of critical relevance to business, including talent management, coaching, assessment, selection, training, organizational development, performance, and work-life balance.