The Myers-Briggs Company’s Sherrie Haynie Accepted to Forbes Coaches Council

March 6, 2019

Sherrie Haynie, Director of US Professional Services, has been accepted into Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches.

Haynie was selected by a committee based on the depth and diversity of her experience, including design, delivery and operations of leadership development solutions and helping organizations improve teamwork and solve complex development challenges.

"We’re thrilled that Sherrie has been accepted into this elite community," said Jeff Hayes, president and CEO of The Myers-Briggs Company. “Sherrie’s been instrumental in our organization’s success and in helping us aid other organizations to unlock their potential. I can’t imagine anyone more qualified to join the Forbes Coaches Council.”

Forbes Councils’ mission is to bring together proven leaders from every industry, creating a curated, social capital-driven network that helps every member grow professionally and make an even greater impact on the business world.

As an accepted member of the Council, Haynie has access to connect and collaborate with other respected local leaders in a private forum and has been invited to work with a professional editorial team to share her expert insights in original business articles on Forbes.com. In addition, she’s been asked to contribute to published Q&A panels alongside other experts in her field.

Her first Forbes contribution article, Traits of the Top 3% of Future Leaders, was published Feb. 27, 2019.

"I’m really honored to be part of the Forbes Coaches Council,” said Haynie. “This is a fantastic platform to share my knowledge of what works and what doesn’t work in organizational development with Forbes’ audiences. People are the backbone of our organizations and they are incredible, but also incredibly complex. I’m looking forward to helping others get the most out of their people by sharing my experiences and the latest research from The Myers-Briggs Company.”