The IUP Center for Creativity and Change will host a fall 2016 workshop, “FourWord Thinking: Unleashing Creativity to
Solve Problems and Seize Opportunities,” with Chuck Dymer, a global consultant
from Kansas City, Missouri. This one-day
workshop will be held on Friday, November 18, at the IUP Monroeville Graduate
and Professional Center in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
Dymer has been a global consultant since 1988 and
has worked with executives, managers, and frontline employees in hundreds of
organizations across the globe. He is the president of Activate Brilliance and
a lifetime master trainer of Edward de Bono’s thinking methods.
The workshop is geared toward organizational leaders
in a host of professions, including education, nonprofit, health-related, business,
Early registration is encouraged, as space is
limited to the first 25 registrants. Professional development credit will not be available for this workshop.
Information regarding registration can be found on
the website for the Center for Creativity and Change.