Maggie McCarthy Greene
Hayes Brunswick employs organizational experts with varied and complementary skill sets. Our managing partners have extensive experience in working with corporate clients, and our associates have distinguished themselves in both organizational and academic contexts.
Roger Brunswick, M.D.
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Roger provides senior-level coaching and consulting to a variety of corporate clients, ranging from start-ups to global Fortune 100 corporations. He helps clients define and accomplish their long-term objectives through the alignment of human capital with business strategy.
Roger's area of expertise include executive coaching, group facilitation, conflict resolution, merger integration, and leadership development; and he has worked with senior executives at financial service and accounting firms, consumer packaged goods companies, and medical organizations.
Roger's most recent consulting activities have included executive coaching and merger integration with senior management at a large investment bank, executive coaching and development at a Big Four accounting firm, the design and implementation of a succession plan for managers and employees at a global consumer products corporation.
Having lived in Europe for several years, Dr. Brunswick understands the challenges faced during overseas assignments and provides counseling and consultation to international assignees and their families. He has created several comprehensive cross-cultural expatriate programs that facilitated the successful transition of expatriates and their families.
Roger received a B.A. from the University of Connecticut and an M.D. from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He also attended the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a clinical instructor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He has written or been quoted in numerous articles on leadership development and the dynamics of senior teams in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, U.S. Banker, The Daily Deal and The Houston Chronicle, and has appeared as a guest on CNBC and CNN.
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Gary E. Hayes, Ph.D.
For the past 25 years, Gary Hayes has provided senior-level coaching and consultation to organizations ranging from start-ups to large multinational corporations. His work combines results-oriented leadership and organizational development with the design and implementation of international human resource strategies and planning programs.
Gary approaches management and organizational development from an integrated systems perspective, and he has extensive experience in the areas of assessment, competency modeling, succession planning, and coaching leaders and executive teams. His clients have included retail and consumer goods companies, financial service corporations, and legal, accounting, educational and health care firms.
Gary also has in-depth experience providing coaching and professional development consultation to international assignees as well as implementing and designing cross-cultural expatriate programs at global Fortune 100 corporations. A licensed, practicing psychologist and psychoanalyst, Gary received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Columbia University as well as Masters Degrees in international affairs, psychological counseling, and counseling psychology from Columbia and a B.S. in foreign service from Georgetown University. He has served on the faculties of Yeshiva University, the National Institute for Psychotherapies, the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, and Ecole Francaises Des Attache Des Press. Gary has published numerous articles on leadership development topics, ranging from the effects of "groupthink" at Enron to the impact of international assignments on executives and their families. In 2010, Gary co-authored the book, Leading in Turbulent Times, about the responses of CEO's around the world to the global financial crisis.
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Maggie McCarthy Greene, Psy.D.
Maggie is a licensed psychologist with extensive background in assessment and analysis with individuals and groups from varied settings. She has practiced in both New York and California. As an associate consultant and assessment specialist, she offers a unique synthesis of psychological testing with evaluation of individual and group dynamics, yielding a comprehensive approach to executive development and coaching that can be applied across business functions and industries.
Maggie is currently involved with several projects surrounding the application of assessment tools to career and life planning, executive coaching, leadership training and development, and management assessment. She is also driving HayesBrunswick's research efforts in areas such as the leadership development of women and succession planning.
Maggie obtained her B.A. in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology - San Diego. She performed her post-doctoral fellowship at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and is pursuing advanced training in psychoanalysis at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity. She is a practicing psychologist, licensed in New York State, and is in private practice in New York City. Maggie is an active member of several professional associations including the American Psychological Association.
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Ms. Patterson serves as a trusted advisor to Hayes, Brunswick & Partners, utilizing her experience as a senior executive and over 10 years in consulting. Her primary concentration has been on Leadership Development utilizing Executive Coaching, Strategic Facilitation and High Potentials Development initiatives for various organizations.
Faye has been working in Consulting since 1994 after more than twenty years of work as a senior-level executive for financial service, health care and retailing organizations. She is a skilled facilitator and senior-level coach, certified in a number of assessment methods. Her practice focuses on impacting the results of organizations through group and individual leadership and organizational effectiveness.
She served as Vice President for Human Resources and Quality for American Express Company where she also held VP level posts for Administration, Public Affairs, Worldwide University Relations and Employee Relations in the US and Canada. During her corporate career, she provided leadership and advice to line managers in a variety of domestic and international assignments.
Her client roster includes: Lehman Brothers, Cushman Wakefield, HSBC, Verizon, GSK, Pepsi, Conectiv, AT&T, Dechert Price & Rhoads, Lord Abbett, Bank Julius Bar, J. Crew and Lincoln Investment.
Faye holds degrees in Education and Psychology from Edinboro State University, B.S., and California State University, M.A., in Pennsylvania. She teaches International Business as an Adjunct Professor at Pennsylvania State University's Delaware Campus, serves as a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and the Human Resources Planning Group, and has been an Advisory Board Member of SCI Company and Quantum, Inc.
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Anne M. Weinstock
Anne advises individuals and corporations in addressing management and professional development issues. With over twenty-five years in executive coaching, management development and selection, and career transition services, Anne has consulted with hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and assisted more than a thousand business leaders. Her ability to quickly and accurately assess individuals and situations enables her to serve as a catalyst for change and innovation across diverse industries and functional specialties.
Prior to joining Hayes, Brunswick, Anne was a Senior Vice President at Manchester Partners and at Drake, Beam Morin. In both of these assignments Anne developed a reputation for providing pragmatic advice, structure, challenge and support in motivating individuals to advance to a higher level of professional development and satisfaction.
An acknowledged expert in effective interviewing, Anne has designed and delivered competency-based selection and management development programs for major corporations. She developed and honed this expertise at Mobil Oil Corporation where she held positions in several areas including: Executive Development and Training, Recruiting and Placement, and Corporate Communications. While with Mobil, Anne designed and conducted executive development programs throughout the U.S. and Australia.
Anne began her career in training and development at a major financial institution. She has lived and worked in Europe, and has maintained a lifelong interest in issues involving cultural diversity and international relocations.
Anne received a Bachelor of Arts from Simmons College and a Master of Arts in Adult Education with a concentration in counseling from the University of Rhode Island. She is certified in Myers Briggs and Career Architect. She serves on the Advisory Board of Simmons College and is a past director of Women in Management.
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Ben Dattner provides executive coaching and process consultation services that enhance individual, group and organizational performance. Along with assisting companies with competency modeling and performance management projects, he has worked on staffing, team building, performance management, and executive assessment and development projects as a consultant at Executive Development Associates and Personnel Decisions International, and as HR Director at Blink.com.
Ben's research and work experience have concentrated on the ways in which individual psychology and group dynamics can either enhance or constrain effectiveness in the workplace.
Ben received a B.A. in psychology from Harvard College, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from New York University, where he was a MacCracken Fellow. Between college and graduate school, he worked at Republic National Bank of New York for three years, first as a management trainee and then as assistant to the CEO. Ben was also a summer associate at William M. Mercer.
Ben is an Adjunct Professor at New York University, where he teaches Introduction to Organizational Development in the Industrial and Organizational M.A. Program, and at Marist College's M.P.A. Program at the New York City Policy Academy, where he is an instructor in organizational change. Ben is a member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the Metro New York Applied Psychology Association.
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Daniel F. Jones, Ph.D.
For more than twenty years, Dan has been providing management and organizational consultation to a wide variety of clients in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. His work combines insights from psychology, systems theory, and general management and is aimed at producing pragmatic results for both the individual and the organization.
Dan has specialized in management assessment and development, executive coaching, leadership training and development, and organization development. His clients have included retail, financial services, consumer goods, banking, pharmaceutical, insurance, and technology corporations in addition to educational, human services and religious organizations. He has consulting experience with Fortune 500 and multinational corporations. Recent consulting activities have included executive coaching with key technology managers in a large investment bank, organizational assessment and development work with the strategic marketing and planning division of a major insurance company, and the design and delivery of a series of workshops focused on improved communication skills for managers and employees at a global consumer goods corporation.
This consultation has often led to organizational initiatives in the areas of succession planning, team development, and strategic planning. Additionally, he has extensive experience coaching entrepreneurs and members of family-owned and operated businesses. Dan has also conducted competency model consultation, his most recent work in this area being a global competency study for a leading multinational market research organization.
Dan received a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from New York University. He has served on the faculties of Rutgers University and New York University, and has published on the subject of interpersonal styles. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and is active in several professional organizations.
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