Brooke Dubil is an Administrative intern here at Four Pillars Marketing 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.
This past weekend, members of our office attended our 2017 Northeast Leaders Conference held in New York City. Our teams competed to determine which of them would get the chance to attend. In the end, three of our corporate trainers, Spencer, Kristian, and Paul, along with director Alex, left Friday for the three-day combination of meetings and networking events.
Several weeks ago, Four Pillars Marketing has to opportunity to attend our international conference located in South Africa. Director Alex Tabar traveled with several other marketing firms, and had opportunities to explore areas of the continent along the way.
This past week, member of our office traveled to Orlando, Florida for a conference in management and training skills. Throughout the week, they attended meetings and panel discussions with directors and assistant directors from across the nation. In addition to learning many new skills, our office members also had a chance to network and do some sightseeing.
At Four Pillars Marketing, we are continuously looking for way to improve ourselves and those we surround ourselves with. While we encourage networking with fellow entrepreneurs and marketing offices, we also push our team members to read books by those who have already seen success. We collected the top the recommendations from our office and have listed them below with a brief description. Each of these authors presents a change in thinking and attitude. We encourage each of you to read them just as we have!
COLUMBUS – Four Pillars Marketing has just had the privilege to promote its second assistant manager in six months. Jacob Schultz has worked with Four Pillars Marketing for just over a year, have joined the team as an account executive in February of 2016. Originally from Lewistown, Pennsylvania, Jacob took his wrestling talents to Kent State University upon his graduation from high school. While at KSU, he had the opportunity to engage in leadership roles such as being the president of his residence hall. After leaving, Jacob returned home to pursue two of his passions; marketing and music.
In 2013, Jacob formed his own music label, ‘The MOB Collective’. The group has grown over the years to include more than five artists, and is now supported by sports superstars such as Le’Veon Bell, running back for the Steelers National Football League team. Jacob’s efforts in social media marketing and business strategies are what lead him to Columbus, and to Four Pillars Marketing.
In our office we constantly seek new places for our team members to travel to, because we feel there is both a value and opportunity available. The opportunities presented to us by traveling of ones that sometimes cannot be found by simply staying in one location for fifty-two weeks of the year.
Four Pillars Marketing Caps Off Award Winning Year by Being Named a Best and Brightest Company to Work for In the Nation
COLUMBUS - Four Pillars Marketing has been selected for the 2016 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation by the National Association for Business Resources.
Best and Brightest strives to recognize the most influential, trend-setting companies across the country and regionally in focused programs. They focus on identifying those company who showcase better business in their skills and goals, as well as those who enrich the lives of their employees through programs and activities. In all, the program looks for companies who are building a stronger community both within the company and outside in the communities in which they reside.
As we begin the new year at Four Pillars Marketing, we feel that it is important to review all that we accomplished in 2016 so we can better prepare our 2017 goals.
For those in our office, 2016 held a multitude of mile marker events the first of which was the opening of our office in Columbus. Four Pillars officially opened its doors in February, and from their our office continued to grow as we invited several interns to work with us during their summer semester. Not only did our interns learn a lot about the marketing field from us, but we learned a lot about new methods being taught in school from them.