Douglas Howe is currently the Vice-President of Human Resources and Development for SugarCreek. SugarCreek co-develops Brandworthy Food Solutions and process products for several of North America’s largest, best-known and most reliable food brands. SugarCreek has a longstanding commitment to sustainability, to employing the latest technology and above all, to creating a safe environment both for our products and our employees.
Doug has been a CEO, Executive Director, Business Owner, Speaker/Trainer, Coach, Pastor and Professor for 30 years, having made over 2000 public presentations in corporate, educational and inspirational settings. His primary focus is helping companies find cost-effective ways to help their people become the best version of themselves, and to create situations that bring out the best in their people.
His client roster covers a wide variety of organizations including Sugar Creek, Procter & Gamble, AK Steel, Fox Media Group, Health Alliance, Cinergy Solutions, Zumbiel Packaging, CAbi, Malibu Group, Process Plus, Carespring Health Care, Anthony Munoz Foundation, Teen Challenge, Make-A-Wish Foundation, the National Management Association, Horizon and Young Life.
Doug has served on several Boards and Committees including the University of Northern Kentucky’s School of Entrepreneurship, NKUEI Academic Affairs Committee, Stepping Stones Center of Cincinnati, Village of Indian Hill Recreation Commission, Cincinnati Hills Academy Campaign Cabinet, the Los Angeles Urban Development Committee and Development Committee for the Carolina Point Camp for Physically Challenged Teens, part of Young Life’s National Capernaum Project.
Doug has been joyfully married for 29 years to his wife Denise and has four adult children.
Content Featuring Douglas Howe
While most leaders intellectually understand the connection between employee engagement and business performance, engagement initiatives still struggle to get the funding and executive support they need. In this HCI Keynote video, Douglas Howe, ...Read more