LAURENCE J. STYBEL,Ed.D
Larry Stybel is co-founder of the firm and a co-founder of Lincolnshire International. He was Lincolnshire’s second President. Founded in 1987, Lincolnshire has grown from an idea to a global talent management company with 250 consultants in 25 countries. He helped grow Lincolnshire, pioneered the international efforts, and forged alliances with Financial Executives International, the Massachusetts Hospital Association, and the Massachusetts Association of Health Plans. He is an active Board of Directors member, having served on the Board of Directors of Lincolnshire International, the National Association of Corporate Directors New England Chapter, The National Human Resource Association, and COMPENSATION & BENEFITS MANAGEMENT JOURNAL. He is on the Board of a venture backed technology company and is a Fellow at the Center for Innovation & Collaboration Leadership.
Larry is frequently interviewed in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL about leadership, career management, and governance. His articles on these subjects have been published in CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW, DIRECTORSHIP, EFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE, HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, and MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW. Larry received his doctorate in organization behavior from Harvard University and was previously a consultant in executive compensation for Hay Associates. He is a licensed psychologist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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Maryanne Peabody is co-founder and Vice President of Stybel Peabody. She currently serves as President of Lincolnshire International. An organization development consultant, she has assisted companies in the areas of leadership effectiveness and career management since 1981. One of Maryanne’s areas of expertise is assisting individuals rising through the professional ranks to become leaders without their having received specific education in management. Her work includes the fields or law, medicine, accounting, professional services consulting, health care, technology, and education.
Prior to founding the firm, Maryanne held leadership positions in start-up health care organizations. Some of her accomplishments include the establishment of clinics in rural Texas, quality care programs in long-term care facilities and the framework for a home health care program for the City of Boston. Her health care management experience includes hospital, ambulatory care, community health, home health and long term care settings.
Maryanne was on the Board of Directors of the New England Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and a founder of NACD’s "Best Practices" seminar. She has served on the Board of a company that builds and manages assisted living facilities for low income elderly.
As an elected official and Chairman of the Town of Wayland's Board of Health, Maryanne also gained experience in key environmental health issues. She currently serves on the Personnel Board for the Town of Wayland.
Maryanne’s MBA is from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she was the first recipient of the Hoblitzelle Foundation's Women in Business Scholarship. Maryanne has a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University and advanced training in organization behavior from Columbia University.
Maryanne has been a guest on various national and local TV and radio programs to discuss career issues. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, and The Boston Globe.
Leadership is a performance art. Michael Allosso helps leaders perform their best on a consistent, predictable basis. In addition to 1:1 executive work, Michael has directed shows for corporate clients including the Digital Show at Comdex in Las Vegas.
Michael was the founding Artistic Director of the Chiswick Park Theatre in Sudbury, MA and the Chatham Repertory Theatre in Chatham, MA. He served as Artistic Director of both the National Dance Institute/N.E. and Boston University Theatre Institute. Film credits include "The Strangler’s Wife," "Expired" and "Password."
Jay Haines brings 23 years of financial management experience and a deep network within the New Hampshire business community. Jay has held such positions as President, First Deposit National Bank of Tilton, New Hampshire; Senior Vice President, BayBank; Senior Vice President and Commercial Banking Manager, BankEast, Manchester, New Hampshire; International Vice President and Strategic Planning Officer, Girard Bank, Philadelphia, PA; member of the Board for the New Hampshire Banking Institute.
Jay received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania and Masters degree from the Wharton Graduate Management Program.
He was the subject of an "American Banker" article on how senior financial executives can develop career transitions to other fields.
Warren Radtke knows how to help senior professionals sculpt their careers in innovative ways because he has done it with his own career. Warren began in the finance area at General Electric. He later entered the career management field and became Executive Vice President of a global outplacement firm. He helped take the company go public. In addition to his executive coaching work, Warren is regularly consulted on corporate governance. He is an internationally recognized executive coach and maintains close ties with graduates of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.
Warren is a graduate of Northwestern University and the Episcopal Divinity School of Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is a Trustee at the Huntington Theater in Boston and serves the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts in a variety of capacities. Warren is an ordained minister
Ken’s skills are on the intersection between engineering, business leadership, and career management. Ken began his career as an engineer and then moved into management. He was CEO of two companies and then acquired a career management firm. He successfully sold the firm. Ken now divides his time between Stybel Peabody and MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Ken received a B.S. from Yale and an M.S. in Management from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.
College administrator, now owner of an antique shop.
Retired Director of R&D.
Former attorney-turned-Vice President of a management consulting firm.
Executive Director of a trade association.
Former Manager of Engineering for a large consumer products company.
Former President of a publishing company.
Former General Counsel for a construction company.
Former Vice President of Investments for a large commercial bank.
Retired General Counsel of a large manufacturing company.
Current President of a small manufacturing firm.
Treasurer of a small manufacturing firm.
Current Litigation Partner for a large law firm.
Vice President of a Commercial Bank who assists clients in evaluating business opportunities for sale.
CIO turned Financial Planner.
VP, Operations, management consulting firm.
Consultant for physician group practice management.