Tony’s areas of expertise include strengths-based and participatory approaches to large-scale change, strategic planning, innovation, leadership development, and culture/values.
A Bit About Tony
He works with the private & public sectors in a variety of industries, in the US and abroad, including healthcare, finance, government, pharma, international development, IT, non-profit, and social enterprises.
Tony earned his Master of Science degree in organization development from American University/NTL Institute.
Tony is Dean of the Appreciative Inquiry & Strategy program at the NTL Institute, adjunct faculty at Providence College where he teaches the MBA capstone, “Strategic Management”, and a partner/advisor to Social Enterprise Greenhouse.
Tony was the keynote speaker at the Treasury Board of Canada’s Classification symposium (2003), the co-project director for the 2nd International Conference on AI (2004), and selected as a “40 under 40” business leader in Rhode Island (2006).
Tony co-authored the book Healing Conversations Now: Enhancing Relationships with Elders & Dying Loved Ones, which he teaches at Brown University Medical School and the University of Rhode Island/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
A guest lecturer at George Washington University, Brown, Georgetown and UMass, Tony has led hundreds of training sessions on positive approaches to planning and change.