“Some people dream of success, while other people get up every morning and make it
happen” - Wayne Huizenga
Four Pillars Executive CEO, dreamed of having a successful marketing firm. In
2013 he decided to make his dream come true and that was when Four Pillars
Executive started up. Five years later, Four Pillars Executive was selected for 2017 best
and brightest companies to work for in the nation by the National Association for
Business Resources. Not only did he make his dream a reality, but he also has the best hardworking individuals working at Four Pillars Executive.
Making your dreams a reality is possible. All it takes is effort and hard work. If Alex can
do it, so can you.
At Four Pillars Executives we understand that networking is a core aspect of the business world, therefore we were happy to travel to Chicago to attend the XIII Owners Summit. During this week we had an opportunity to interact with our nationwide business partners and attend conferences led by the company’s Vice-president.
During the week we discussed different key aspects such as entrepreneurship, marketing strategies as well as leadership techniques that are aimed to shape our employees to be the future leaders of our company. Although learning was the main goal for the conference, the individuals that attended also had a chance to visit the main tourist attractions including the Willis Tower, Millennium Park and the Navy Pier.
After a successful weekend of conferences Four Pillars Executives is motivated to conquer the rest of 2018.
COLUMBUS - Four Pillars Executives has been selected for the 2017 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation by the National Association for Business Resources.
As the weather becomes cooler and the leaves continue to change, each fall brings with it a myriad of different sporting events. From little league to national, each of these games teaches values to players of every event. With three of the most well-known being football, basketball, and baseball, Four Pillars looked at the major lessons we can learn from these sports.
Next week, Four Pillars Executives is excited to announce that it will be sending an expansion team to Raleigh, North Carolina. A recently opened market under several of our larger clients, Raleigh presents a great opportunity for our assistant manager, Jacob, to utilize his management and entrepreneurial skills. The team will be spending a final week in Columbus, learning as much as they can from the market that got them started.
“If you are persistent you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it.” Our teams at Four Pillars Executives are well aware of what it means to be consistent in your approach as well as how important practice is. These concepts were driven home this past Saturday when we had the chance to watch one of the most anticipated fights of the year, McGregor vs. Mayweather.
This past weekend, our office had the opportunity to take a trip to the island of Put-n-Bay, Ohio. The trip celebrated an accomplishment earlier in the summer, when our office broke a personal record for one of our clients. As the last of our summer interns return to school, our director, Alex, decided this would also be a great way to thank them for all their hard work.
This past weekend, several of our team members had the chance to return to our annual international New York Gala. After winning an office competition, corporate trainers Connor and Chris joined our director, Alex, and assistant manager, Jacob, on the trip to the Big Apple.
Brooke Dubil is an Administrative intern here at Four Pillars Executives learning the ropes of how Human Resources and Recruiting function in a business setting. A current senior at Ohio University, she is in the works of obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Minor in Business. Her dream job is to become an HR director/manager in a major company where she can showcase her skills and abilities to others to better further the goals of the company’s employees.
This past week our teams at Four Pillars took some time to look over different leadership theories before our upcoming Chicago conference. While they each come up with some excellent ways to view leadership and management, one involving a wolfpack stood out the most. This theory stems from the order in which wolves in a pack travel.