is a walking Cliffs Notes on what works and doesn’t work for leadership and teamwork in business and in life.
Doug Kruse is Senior Consultant with Dawson Consulting Group, responsible for supervisor training and leadership people skills coaching, as well as, quality improvement training and consulting.
brings over 25 years manufacturing supervision, quality assurance, project management and management team facilitation.
specialty is leadership development.
Mr. Kruse’s experience was gained in Fortune 500 Companies in energy services as quality engineer, shop supervisor, project manager, quality manager and employee development manager.
Based on his success as a quality manager in cultivating his people’s strengths and getting them promoted, Mr. Kruse was promoted to employee development manager to train supervisors, managers and executives on leadership.
has helped hundreds of executives, managers, engineers, sales and operational professionals and supervisors turn vision into measurable results.
Mr. Kruse also served as facilitator for plant steering committees for two plants with 1000 employees each.
The steering committees implemented initiatives that led to millions of man-hours without lost time accidents, voluntary turnover of less than 5% and record breaking shipments.
As a consultant, he
speaks, leads training workshops and coaches.
helps participants envision their future possibilities, do what is right and get great results.
conducts workshops to train sales and operations teams on people skills, leadership and structured problem solving methods.
audience involvement and speaking styles draw on his
experience as a trusted business mentor and trainer helping people perform more effectively both personally and professionally.
shares timeless principles in new and engaging ways.
Mr. Kruse earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Houston in 1981.
Delivered 7 Habits of Highly Effective People training as a certified facilitator in 2004.
He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association since 2003 and was elected to the board of NSA Houston for 2006.