Chuck Dymer is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals transform their thinking. Since 1987, Chuck Dymer has traveled throughout North America and around the globe helping executives, managers and their direct reports, search for fresh business concepts, develop new ideas and build stronger teams.
Chuck Dymer was the first person in the world permitted by Dr. Edward de Bono to present the “Six Thinking Hats” process for focused thinking. In 1993, he became a member of the Advanced Practical Thinking Training Network and is an accredited “Master Trainer” in the de Bono Thinking Methods: Six Thinking Hats®, Lateral Thinking®, and Direct Attention Thinking Tools (DATT™).
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Chuck Dymer received his Master of Arts degree in Philosophy at the University of Waterloo and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Duquesne University. Before developing his interest in creative thinking, Chuck Dymer enjoyed 15 years of various work experience including: systems consultant, programmer, technical support representative, regional sales and support manager and national marketing manager.
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During breaks from facilitating idea sessions, Chuck Dymer actively participates in his church as a member of the Leadership Team, lector and occasional lawn keeper. Chuck Dymer also serves as a member of the Union Cemetery Historical Society and an advisory board member of the Abbey Press.
Originally from Pittsburgh, Chuck Dymer now lives in Kansas City with his wife Katie, who has convinced him to root for the Chiefs instead of the Steelers.