Anthony P. Narine is a global Human Resource (HR) executive, with twenty (20) years cumulative experience. He has held roles across Finance, Planning and Performance, Procurement, Human Resources and Manufacturing teams within the financial and energy (Upstream and Downstream) sectors, within several prominent multi-national organizations. He is acknowledged as a leader, coach, trusted advisor and business partner. He possesses a B.Sc. in Sociology and Management (UWI, St. Augustine), and an MBA – specializing in Human Resource Management (UWI-Institute of Business). He is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF), Project Management Professional (PMP), member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Point Lisas Estate Association (PLEA) Human Resources committee, the Project Management Institute (PMI) – Southern Caribbean Chapter and the Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECATT) Industrial Relations sub-committee. He is passionate about Talent and the sub-disciplines of Learning and Leadership development. He has lectured at the UWI School of Business and Applied Studies, is a researcher and contributor to the Centre for Creative Leadership and has served on the Human Capital Executive Research Boards in 2013 and 2014, contributing to emerging work on Diversity and Inclusion and Talent Management fields.
Tony has led the development and successfully implemented several enterprise-wide interventions. These include design and implementation of a tiered global leadership development program targeting, Executives, Managers and Emerging Leaders; a global Coaching and Mentoring program; major organizational re-designs and transformation. He is an advocate for social justice – particularly causes of children and the elderly and humanitarian aid efforts. He enjoys spending time with his family and close friends. He is a self-professed beach-bum, enjoys hiking, running, lawn-tennis and spin exercise; he is always up for a good reading recommendation and is a movie and music aficionado.