Doug HaynesDoug Haynes is the President of The Council and has spent the latter part of his career as an advisor to many of the country’s leading companies. Doug graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Business School and has over thirty years of experience in leadership development, advisory services, and strategy. He is also an active entrepreneur who launched his business, Haynes Consulting Group, in 1993. He has extensive experience as an executive coach helping senior leaders understand how to do their jobs better while being more professionally successful.”

  1. Personal Life

Doug was born in Marshfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Marshfield High School in 1971 and attended Harvard University. At Harvard, he majored in Economics and graduated “magna cum laude” in 1975. In 1981, he received his MBA from Harvard Business School, served as president of the HBS Student Association, and was a Baker Scholar.

  1. Career

Doug’s career began at Morgan Stanley, where he served as an account executive until 1980, when he moved to McKinsey & Company as a management consultant. He left McKinsey three years later to join Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) as an accounting manager for their Service Bureau division. In 1985, he returned to the CPA profession as the National Manager of Personal Financial Planning for Coopers & Lybrand.

  1. Advisorships

Doug is still active in management development and holds various coaching positions, including executive coaching with The Council, technology consulting with Abacus Group, business strategy with G&J Solutions (now Gartner), organizational development at Mainframe Partners, and executive training and consulting at Haynes Consulting Group.

  1. Achievement

Doug is an active entrepreneur who launched his business, Haynes Consulting Group, in 1993. He has extensive experience as an executive coach in helping senior leaders understand how to do their jobs better while being more successful professionally.

  1. Publications

Haynes has published numerous articles for many of the country’s leading business journals and periodicals, including “The Wall Street Journal,” “The New York Times,” “Fortune,” “Time,” and the “Harvard Business Review.” He is also a regular columnist for CPA Magazine and contributed three chapters to the book “Leading Strategic Change: Perspectives on Organizational Renewal” published by Basic Books.

Doug Haynes is a succesful consultant to business leaders who have spent the latter part of his career as an advisor to many of the country’s leading companies.his work continues to be useful for CPA firms and their clients today, as it has been for years.

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