Tony Jace

Tony Jace

Tony Jace is CPI’s Chief Executive Officer. As CEO, Tony implements CPI’s strategic initiatives and provides leadership that supports the company’s values and mission.

Posts by Tony Jace


By Tony Jace | Posted on 04.10.2017 | with 0 comments
We have exciting news because we’re committed to helping educators and students everywhere THRIVE! Read more »
By Tony Jace | Posted on 11.20.2015 | with 0 comments
“By interacting on a deeper level with our veterans, we learned that a man who 'wandered' into everyone’s room had been a mailman.” Read more »
By Tony Jace | with 4 comments
What does a federal bill on restraint and seclusion mean for you, or your students, or your family? Will it help or hinder kids and teachers? Read more »
By Tony Jace | Posted on 08.05.2014 | with 0 comments
We're collaborating with the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute to bring you integrated training programs for supporting vulnerable people. Read more »
By Tony Jace | with 0 comments
You know that Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training helps individuals manage their anxiety levels at work, but it’s also useful during the holidays too. Read more »
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We love hearing how Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training has changed someone’s perceptions on restraint. Read more »
By Tony Jace | with 0 comments
Balancing teaching with behavior management can be tricky. CPI can give you skills to decrease problem behavior so you can focus on teaching. Read more »
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Implementing training isn’t easy. That’s why we started identifying exceptional Certified Instructors who demonstrate high levels of expertise in training. Read more »
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The Six Core Strategies to Prevent Conflict and Violence: Reducing the Use of Seclusion and Restraint (6CS), consistent with our Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program, call for the use of debriefing techniques as well as alternatives to the use of restraint and seclusion. Read more »
By Tony Jace | with 2 comments
We're extending our community of caring to China! Click to learn about how we're beginning our work of helping the vulnerable people there. Read more »
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