Principal Consultant, The Table Group
Founder, Haynes Advisory Group
As a Clinical Psychologist, Brad brings a unique set of skills to his partnership with The Table Group. His genuine care and concern for people allows him to speak frankly about behaviors and issues that may hinder results.
Currently, Brad works with CEOs and executive teams to quickly and effectively apply the concepts related to organizational health. His clients span a broad spectrum of industries, including financial services, technology, construction and healthcare.
Prior to joining The Table Group in 2012, Brad worked as a clinical psychologist specializing in organizational consulting and marital therapy. He received a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Brad lives with his wife and daughter in Germantown, TN.
Partial Client List
- Benefit Recovery Inc.
- Caterpillar Inc.
- Lehman-Roberts Co.
- Mississippi Children's Home Services
- Northwestern Mutual
- SouthernSun Asset Management
- St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- Ultimate Software
“Brad has done two team building projects for our company and the results have been outstanding. I feel his balance between knowledge and compassion is rare. All of our team members feel that they benefited both on a personal and professional level. We are currently working on expanding both projects to the next level of our team. I have been involved with many other similar training sessions over the past 40 years and feel that his style and professional training provide the best results for all involved. He is a one of a kind leader.”
“Throughout my career I have worked on many successful teams where trust, peer accountability, and clarity of mission were essential to success. Brad took our already high performing team to another level and made sure that we were aligned behaviorally and intellectually. His ability to identify and address core team issues will save you time and money by having frank conversations on what matters most. I value Brad as a consultant, but more so as a friend. He continually challenges and encourages me to be a better leader. We look forward to working with him again soon.”