CPschol , B.Sc.(First Class), MSc (Delaware), M.Ed. (Harvard), CPLP
Chairman & Lead Consultant
Anthony Alagbile is an experienced Management Consultant, Chartered Occupational Psychologist, and Organizational Development Consultant with proven record of impressive achievements in multinational and multicultural environments. In the last decade, Tony has acquired a unique blend of professional skills and competencies while executing high-impact, mission-critical projects for organizations across diverse industries in Africa and the United States. His specialties include: general management consulting, strategic planning, formulation and implementation, organizational development and change, entrepreneurship development, executive coaching, business psychology and psychometrics, international business partnerships, research and development, training design, development, implementation and evaluation, neurolinguistic programming (NLP).
He holds a First Class honours degree in Psychology from the Obafemi Awolowo University, a Masters' degree in Organizational Effectiveness, Development and Change from the University of Delaware. He also holds a Master of Education degree in Mind, Brain and Education from Harvard University. During his stay at Harvard, he completed the Leading Professional Services Firms Course cross-registered at the Harvard Business School. He is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance from the American Society for Training and Development. He is a member of the American Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and also a Member of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).
He has extensive experience consulting for multinational companies across industries, school districts and non-profits both in the United States and Africa. He has worked on a number of mission critical projects geared towards optimizing organizations and systems for efficient and effective functioning.
Mr. Alagbile has a deep passion for change in Africa and is currently involved in several projects and initiatives geared towards development in the region. He recently led the conceptualization and implementation of a West Africa Educational Transformation Conference held in Nigeria where he brought together a team of experts from across the globe. He has also worked with a multidisciplinary team of thought leaders to introduce “Entrepreneurship in Africa” as a semester-long course at Harvard University.
His experience covers a wide range of industries, including the FMCG, ICT, oil and gas, telecommunications, financial services industry and utilities.