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Chuck Wisner Having Conscious Conversations

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Chuck Wisner is a highly sought-after thinker, coach, and teacher in the areas of organizational strategy, human dynamics, and leadership excellence. He has spent twenty-five years as a business and personal consultant and a trusted advisor to leaders in high-profile companies across industries. His methods are anchored in years of leading-edge research, theoretical development, and the practical application of the foundations of conversations. He is currently working on his book, 'Conscious Conversations, Mastering the Art of Collaborating, Creating, and Building Trust with Others in Business and in Life.' 

Chuck earned an architectural degree from the Boston Architectural College. For fifteen years he worked at Benjamin Thompson Associated in Cambridge, Massachusetts, then served as a partner for ten years at HKT Architects. Through his experience, Chuck became interested in communication and leadership and changed careers following his heart when he was forty. His first position after his career in architecture was as a senior affiliated mediator with the Harvard Law Mediation Program. He was subsequently among the first to be certified in a Mastering the Art of Professional Coaching program with the Newfield Network, one of the world's leading transformational education organizations over the past thirty years. He then became a specialist in organizational learning and leadership associated with MIT’s Center for Organizational Learning. Chuck is currently working as an advisor with leaders and their teams at Google, Apple, DTE Energy, and PSEG (all Fortune 200 companies). His client list has included Tesla, Harvard Business School, Toyota, the Detroit Mayor’s Office, General Motors, Shell, and Chrysler Motor Company.