Mark H. Fowler is the president of Stowe Management Corporation, a business re-engineering specialist, and a co-author of Revolutionary Conversations: The Tools You Need for the Success You Want. He has appeared on numerous radio shows and podcasts to discuss how he solves difficult problems in the workplace.
It is Mark’s belief that the deficiencies in the way we communicate and the increasingly divisiver hetoric espoused by our local and national leaders has seeped into our professional environments. He is on a mission to create business environments that embody a culture of peace. Alongside his co-author Barbara Gaughen-Muller, Fowler developed a program, Revolutionary Conversations, to improve the quality of workplace interactions to help improve not only the peaceful culture of a business but also its bottom line.
The methodology taught by Fowler and Gaughen-Muller can be used to overcome some of today’s most difficult business problems, including:
· Improving hiring and training,
· Promoting employee engagement,
· Reducing workplace harassment and bullying,
· Uniting a group around a common purpose,
· And anything else that requires interaction for superior success.
Mark H. Fowler is the president of Stowe Management Corporation and Co-CEO of Revolutionary Conversations, LLC. He is a business growth and corporate re-engineering expert, author and writer, business educator, public speaker and change leader. He specializes in transitioning companies from challenge to achievement by focusing both on enhancing revenues and profits and instituting cultural and interactive processes that substantially increase collaboration and engagement. A leader in the business engagement field for decades, he has developed systems and communication protocols stressing the importance of team empowerment and personal development. He is a member of the AICPA and the California CPA Society. He served as a director of the Society, as a State Committee Chair and as a Trustee for the CA CPA Education Foundation. He is also a Board member and Vice President of the United Nations Association of Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo.