Antony Hacking, M.A., Partner

Antony Hacking

Contact

Email:
antony.hacking@cglobal.com
Telephone: +1-917-941-4252

Areas of focus:
Collaboration, Creativity, Leadership

Publications

  • Coleman, P.T., Hacking, A.G., Stover, M.A., Fisher-Yoshida, B., and Nowak, A. (2008). Reconstructing Ripeness I: A Study of Constructive Engagement in Protracted Social Conflicts. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 26: 3-42.
  • Coleman, P.T., Fisher-Yoshida, B., Stover, M.A., Hacking, A.G., and Bartoli, A. (2008). Reconstructing Ripeness II: Models and Methods for Fostering Constructive Engagement across Protracted Divides. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 26: 43-70.
  • Hacking, A. and Lowe, K. (2002) The P.E.A.C.E. Workshop: Conflict Resolution Training with a Twist for Middle Schoolers. New York Mediator.

Antony Hacking is an organizational consultant and founding partner of C Global Consulting, LLC, specializing in conflict resolution, 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 and consulting interventions for thousands of business managers, diplomats, clerical staff, technicians, doctors, allied healthcare workers, police officers, and teachers in areas of conflict resolution, diversity and teamwork.

Some of Tony's most recent clients include the United Nations, The Federal Reserve Bank, Bio-Rad Laboratories, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Inc., Columbia Business School, Wharton Business School, The U.S. - Syria Exchange Program, Bellevue Hospital, Consolidated Edison, and the New York City Police Department. In addition, he is an experienced mediator who has facilitated the successful resolution of both corporate and community disputes.

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 WholeBrain Creativity Suite of Assessments (NBIā„¢); 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. He resides in New York City with his family.

More Publications

  • Nakamura T; Ghilardi M F; Mentis M; Dhawan V; Fukuda M; Hacking A; Moeller J R; Ghez C; Eidelberg D. (2001). Functional networks in motor sequence learning: abnormal topographies in Parkinson's disease. Human brain mapping 12(1):42-60.
  • Martin, J.H., Cooper, S.E., Hacking, A.G. and Ghez C. (2000) Differential Effects of Deep Cerebellar Nuclei Inactivation on Reaching and Adaptive Control. Journal of Neurophysiology. 83: 1886-1899, 2000.
  • Martin, J.H., Donarummo, L., and Hacking, A. (2000) Impairments in Prehension Produced by Early Postnatal Sensory Motor Cortex Activity Blockade. J. Neurophysiol. 83: 895-906.
  • Martin, J.H., Kably, B., and Hacking, A. (1999) Activity-dependent development of cortical axon terminations in the spinal cord and brain stem. Experimental Brain Research 125:184-199.

Conference Presentations:

  • Coleman, P. T., Hacking, A., Stover, M., & Fisher-Yoshida, B. (2003). Reconstructing ripeness: A study of constructive engagement in complex, intractable systems of conflict. Paper to be presented for Division 48 at the American Psychological Association conference in Toronto, August 2003.
  • Mentis, M.J., Ma, Y., Dhawan, V., Hacking, T., Ghilardi, M., Ghez, C., and Eidelberg. D. (2001) Dissociation between behavior and brain function during repeat performance of a parametric motor sequence learning task. Biological Psychiatry Abstracts.
  • Mentis, M.J., Hacking, T., Pillai, V., Ghez, C., and Eidelberg, D. (2001) A motor sequence task to evaluate proactive effects on learning and memory. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 638.6.
  • Feigin A., Ghilardi M.F., Fukuda M., Mentis M.J., Dhawan V., Hacking A., Ghez C., Eidelberg D. (2001) Effects of levodopa infusion on motor activation responses in Parkinson's disease. American Academy of Neurology Abstracts 56(3): A376.
  • Ghilardi M.F., Ghez C., Feigin A., Hacking A., Fukuda M., Eidelberg D. (2001) Motor sequence learning in Parkinson's disease: Differential effects of levodopa and DBS. American Academy of Neurology Abstracts 56(3): A147.
  • Mentis M.J., Fukuda M., Feigin A., Dhawan V., Ma Y., Edwards C., Hacking A., Ghez C., Eidelberg D. (2001) Pallidal deep brain stimulation and levodopa infusion have different effects on functional connectivity during motor performance. American Academy of Neurology Abstracts.
  • Ghilardi M.F., Eidelberg D., Hacking A., Ghez C. (2000) Motor sequence learning in Parkinson's disease (PD). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
  • Ghilardi M.F., Ghez C., Hacking A., Pio S., Regev R., Eidelberg D. (2000) Effect of deep brain stimulation on spatial accuracy and motor sequence learning in Parkinson's disease. American Academy of Neurology Abstracts.
  • Martin J.H., Kably B., Hacking A. (1997) Neural activity is necessary for postnatal refinement of corticospinal terminations in the cat. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 23:1401.
  • Martin J.H., Hacking A., Cooper S., Ghez C. (1995) Impairments in planning, coordination, and adaptive adjustments of reaching produced by anterior and posterior interpositus and red nucleus inactivation. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:914.
  • Martin J.H., Cooper S., Hacking A., Ghez C. (1994) Spatial organization of kinematic and dynamic changes during prehension in the cat. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 20:1410.