Antony Hacking is a founding principal as well as an organizational consultant for C Global Consulting specializing in conflict resolution, ethical decision-making, organizational diversity, team collaboration and change management. Tony is a trained instructor of negotiation, conflict resolution, and diversity and has taught several graduate courses at the Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation (CEO&I) and the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR) at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has designed and conducted workshops, retreats, webinars, and consulting interventions for thousands of business managers, diplomats, clerical staff, technicians, doctors, allied healthcare workers, police officers, and teachers in areas of ethics, conflict resolution, diversity and teamwork
Tony has co-authored over 20 articles and white papers on conflict management, physiology of behavior, brain function, and motor performance. He is a licensed practitioner and trainer for the Neethling Brain Instrument Suite of Assessments (NBI™); additional certifications include DiSC and Global Diversity Survey. Tony is a member of the American Psychological Association, Society of Industrial--‐Organizational Psychologists, and the Academy of Management.
Tony holds a Master of Arts in organizational psychology with Specializations in conflict resolution and change management from Teachers College, Columbia University. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in social-organizational psychology at Columbia University with research interests relating to diversity, team dynamics, organizational innovation, and leadership