Chuck McVinney is principal of McVinney & Company, an organizational development and executive consulting company. He is an educator, facilitator, and consultant who has specialized for over 20 years in the creative process, the improvement of interpersonal dynamics (team development), and the crafting of excellent learning events for organizations. He is especially known for his work with emerging and merging organizations, helping entrepreneurs and CEO's create cultures and work environments where values that support sustainability and creativity are deeply held and applied.
McVinney has been a corporate consultant and public speaker in demand for more than 15 years. His work with learning and education in public and private sectors spans over 30 years. He has traveled all over the world carrying his message of creativity and sustainability. He has worked in Europe and in Southeast Asia and co-led the design, development, and implementation of a series of creative management and leadership programs at the Singapore Institute of Management in the early 1990's. These programs are based on the Whole Brain Model created by Ned Herrmann, and it represents a technology he has helped to refine and apply with Herrmann and his associates over the last 20 years.
McVinney has been published in numerous professional journals, including an article called Dream Weavers for the American Society of Training and Development, and is coauthor of Engineering Management: People and Projects, Battelle Press (1995), a book about creativity, teams, and technical project management.
McVinney has a Liberal Arts Degree from the State University of New York (Geneseo), and holds a masters degree in Educational Psychology from Clark University.