Chuck Hanson has worked as an Organizational Development and Learning & Development professional for over thirty years. He has worked with leaders and teams ranging from small local businesses, regional cooperatives, multi-unit national organizations, to large global companies. In projects ranging from customized one-to-one consulting to large-scale corporate initiatives, Chuck works with all levels of management to create and implement revised go-to-market strategies, conduct performance audits to identify process improvement opportunities, and to design and facilitate leadership-training sessions.
Chuck’s experience as a skilled change practitioner has allowed him to negotiate difficult conversations and guide groups toward new insights and plans of action. His experience includes designing interventions and facilitating the development of domestic and global teams to strengthen their operational and developmental needs and grow their capacity to lead.
Chuck has a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Concordia University in St. Paul, and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services from the University of Minnesota.
Prior to service in Programing on the MNODN Board, Chuck served as a catalyst for several nonprofit Boards.
Chuck feels fortunate that his work experience, education, and expertise have aligned into what he considers his passion, which is working with the “people-side of change.”