Tony Lingham, PhD
Professor of Organization, Behavior and Leadership, PhD in Leadership and Change
Tony Lingham is currently the Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Antioch University’s PhD in Leadership and Change Program, Advisory Board Member and Management Professor for e-Merit Academy based in Switzerland and Spain. Prior to joining Antioch University, Tony was a Full Professor in the Department of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). His teaching and research interests are leadership assessment and development, organizational behavior including organizational change, research methods, Experiential Learning Theory, Learning Needs Theory of Motivation, adaptability and innovation capacities, executive coaching, team coaching, and team learning and development. Tony Lingham is spearheading the globe with a structured process for team coaching involving the assessment of actual and desired states of team interaction based on the experience of teamwork; and how these profiles relate to the innovative and execution capacities of a team. His work has been tested and validated over 15 years with teams ranging from Boards to functional teams and across countries (US, Latin America, China, and Europe). He uses his Team Learning Inventory (TLI) for team coaching and development and his Learning Needs Inventory (LNI) for individual coaching, learning and development. He is a co-author of the upcoming book: High Impact Engagement which will be published in 2018. He is currently working on developing the first global Individual and Team Coaching Certification Program using the LNI and TLI respectively.
- Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, Case Western Reserve University
- MM in Music Composition, University of Houston
- BM in Music Composition, University of Houston
- BS in Psychology, University of Houston
- Dip Mechanical Engineering, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
- Dip in Music Composition and Guitar Performance, LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore
IN PRESS (BOOK)
Lingham, T., & Richley, B.A. (2018). High-Impact Engagement: A Two-Phase Approach
Addison, D., Lingham, T., Uslay, C., & Lee, O. (2017). An Entrepreneurial Relationship Marketing Approach to B2B Selling: The Case for Intellectual Capital Sharing. Journal of Research in Entrepreneurial Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 19(1): pp. 2-25. https://doi.org/10.1108/JRME-09-2016-0032.
Pereyra-Rojas, M., Mu, E., Gaskin, J., & Lingham, T. (2017). The Higher-Ed Organizational-Scholar Tension: How Scholarship Compatibility and the Alignment of Organizational and Faculty Skills, Values and Support Affects Scholar’s Performance and Well-Being. Frontiers in Psychology Original Research 8: pp 1-17. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00450.
Lingham, T. & Richley, B.A. (2015). Teamwork: High Impact Teams. In S.M. Dahlgaard-Park (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Service and Quality (pp. 800-807). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
Haeger, D. L., & Lingham, T. (2014). A trend toward Work-Life Fusion: A multi-generational shift in technology use at work. Technological Forecasting & Social Change: pp. 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2014.08.009
Haeger, D.L., & Lingham, T. (2013). Intergenerational Collisions and Leadership in the 21st Century. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 11(3): 286-303.
Charas, S., & Lingham, T. (2013). Evaluating Your Board as a Team. The Corporate Board, July/August: 15-18.
- Awarded the Doctoral Teaching and Mentoring Award. Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. Academic Year 2012-2013.
- Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award. Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. Every academic year from 2006 - 2015.
- Golden Key Scholar. Received a $10,000 scholarship for graduate studies from the Golden Key International Honor Society (one of eight nation-wide). Los Angeles, CA: Golden Key International Convention, 1998.
- Outstanding Advisor Award. University of Houston, Houston TX, 1998.
- Outstanding Thesis Award. University of Houston, Houston TX, 1997.
- Who’s Who Among American Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1997.
- Winner, Louisa Stude Sarofim Music Composition Competition, for work entitled: Atropos Denied (1997). Texas Wide Competition, 1997.
- Top Student Award, LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts. Singapore, 1993.
- National Scholarship, Cannington Guitar Festival in England. The National Arts Council, Singapore, 1992.
- First Prize Winner, 6th Singapore Guitar Society Competition. Singapore Classical Guitar Society, Singapore, 1990.
- Best Company Award for the Battalion’s Operational Proficiency Test. Singapore Armed Forces, 1986 and 1987.
- Bronze Award for the International Quality Control Circle’s Competition. Singapore. 1985.
- Top Trainee Award, Basic Military Training. Singapore Armed Forces, 1982.
Tony’s teaching and research interests are leadership assessment and development, organizational behavior including organizational change, research methods,Experiential Learning Theory, Learning Needs Theory of Motivation, adaptabiilty and innovation capacities, executive coaching, team coaching, and team learning and development. Tony Lingham is spearheading the globe with a structured process for team coaching involving the assessment of actual and desired states of team interaction based on the experience of teamwork; and how these profiles relate to the innovative and execution capacities of a team. His work has been tested and validated over 15 years with teams ranging from Boards to functional teams and across countries (US, Latin America, China, and Europe). He uses his Team Learning Inventory (TLI) for team coaching and development and his Learning Needs Inventory (LNI) for individual coaching, learning and development. He is a co-author of the upcoming book: High Impact Engagement which will be published in 2018. He is currently working on developing the first global Individual and Team Coaching Certification Program using the LNI and TLI respectively.
- International Leadership Association
- Academy of Management
- European Mentoring and Coaching Council
- Organization Development Network
Leadership assessment and development, organizational behavior including organizational change, Appreciative Inquiry, Emotional Intelligence, research methods, Experiential Learning Theory, developing adaptability, innovation, and execution capacities, executive coaching, team coaching, and team learning and development
My philosophy and practice in teaching is that of creating an open, psychologically safe learning environment for my students – one that aligns with Experiential Learning and my research work on team interaction. I always aim to create a space that allows for rich and dynamic interaction between the instructor and students/participants in the room to integrate experience, reflection, theory and practice in a way that promotes the generative capacity to see and develop new ideas that can be applicable to knowledge and practice. I believe that global leaders have to develop the rigor of a scientist and the sensitivity of an artist in their interactions with others. At the doctoral level, I focus not only on developing an inquisitive mind but also to coach students to develop learning flexibility to align with the learning foci within the different phases of their doctoral journey.
This philosophy that focuses on creating such an inclusive environment that is committed to lifelong learning with attention to the uniqueness of individuals aligns with our school’s mission to develop intellectual and practical relevance. I believe that by being current, relevant, creative, and innovative in working with students and the business community while also valuing honesty, integrity, and openness to new ideas in classroom interactions, faculty members can see themselves as members of a team engaging in collaborative teaching and learning while also striving for continuous improvement of course content, delivery, and integration.
RECENT PRESENTATIONS (INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES)
Richley, B.A., Lingham, T., & Madden, J.R. Evidence-based Team Development: Pre-post Assessment of Team Experiences with Team Coaching Intervention. International Workshop on Human Resource Management, Cadiz, Spain. October 27-28, 2016.
Lingham, T., Richley, B.A., & Addison II, D.P. The Evolution of Team Development Models: A Juxtapostion of Scientific Theories, Team Research and Practice. International Workshop on Human Resource Management, Cadiz, Spain. October 27-28, 2016.
Branch, L.A. & Lingham, T. Leading Change: The Role of Attention in Building Employee Commitment to Organizational Change. International Leadership Association Conference, Barcelona, Spain, October 14-17, 2015.
Lingham, T. & Richley, B.A. Developing a Measure of Learning Needs: Linking Creativity, Learning, and Work Motivation. Spirituality and Creativity in Management World Congress, Barcelona, Spain, April 23-25, 2015.
RECENT PRESENTATIONS (NATIONAL CONFERENCES)
Amin, M. & Lingham, T. Collaboration Among Nonprofit Organizations: Factors that affect contribution to education in Egypt. Academy of Management Conference, August 7-11, 2015. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Cola, P., Whitehouse, P., & Lingham, T. The “People” in Science: Identifying Lived Experiences of Physician Scientists in Academic Medical Centers. Research Showcase, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.
Branch, L.A., & Lingham, T. The Power of Negativity: The Role of Negative Emotion in Determining Readiness for Change. Submitted to the Academy of Management Conference, August 1-5, 2014, Philadelphia, PA.
Lingham, T. Invited Speaker. Learning Styles, Learning Needs, Networking and Negotiation Skills. 9th European Crohn’s and Colitis Organization (ECCO) Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, February 19, 2014.
As an engaged scholar, Tony has been an organization, team and leadership consultant for over 15 years working with managers and leaders in multinational companies across the US, Europe, Africa and Asia both in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. His clients include TUI Tourism (Global Office), Jesuit Refugee Services (international, regional and country directors), Bunge (Europe), Arcelor, Barnes Group Inc (US, Canada, Europe and Asia), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Schools That Can, NASA (Houston); Penteo (for their European Conference for CIOs at INSEAD, France), Danone, Benteler, The New York Music Festival Team, Cooperationworks! and the Wilson Planning Cooperative. Apart from being a keynote speaker across the globe, Tony has also taught sessions on Developing Highly Successful and Functioning Teams at the Weatherhead Executive Education Center for organizations including PolyOne, ABB, American Greetings, Applied Industrial Technologies, Foseco, Military Aerospace, Karmanos Cancer Center, and PNC. The focus of his coaching and consulting work range from organizational, team to individual levels. He has worked with organizations on strategic planning, organization change and development using Appreciative Inquiry and conventional approaches; team leadership and team membership skills development; creating High-Impact Engagement using individual and team assessments. Tony is also a Senior Executive Coach and a Master Coach certified in Emotional Intelligence with the Hay Group and the Co-founder of Interaction Science, LLC – a management consulting company. Tony is currently collaborating with an organization in Europe focused on developing top executives and top executive teams globally.
Prior to his academic life, Tony was trained as an engineer and was the Principal Staff Officer (Logistics) in the Singapore Military with 14 secondary appointments, managing 250 personnel and a $1M budget where he won several awards for high performance. Certified in Advanced Facilitation for the QCC methodology, he was given the appointment as Chief Facilitator and coach for quality control circles and won a bronze award in an Asian QCC Competition. Tony functioned as an engineer and musician for an artist cooperative in Singapore producing 60 roadshows and several theater productions. Apart from his engineering background, he is also a classical concert guitarist and composer. Tony also speaks several Asian languages including Mandarin and Malay.