On June 24 from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Steve Ferman, President of 4 Pillar Coach, is presenting a workshop for business owners and key executives.
Starting with the pandemic, businesses faced unprecedented challenges which gave prominence to the term “pivot.” Then came along the Great Resignation, supply chain issues, and now rising inflation and interest rates – more pivoting for some. The 4 Pillar workshop, Prohibit the Pivot, will uncover the trends impacting your business and industry, discuss your company’s strengths and core competencies, and weaknesses - then take that information and formulate an actionable plan that will be the basis for future growth no matter what life throws at you next.
Ferman says, “As a business coach, I work with growing and mid-sized companies to scale operations through confident decision-making and effective operational systems. Closely collaborating with a company’s key executives, we create scalable action plans to reach and surpass their growth goals. After all, a well-run business can become pivot-proof.”
The program is free to attend but registration is required. To register, please click here.
A serial entrepreneur and U.S. Marine, Steve Ferman has started and sold six technology companies over his 40-year career. Two notable companies that Ferman has built and sold include Compunite Computers and Cloud Nation. In addition to being the Founder of 4 Pillar Coach, LLC, Ferman is currently the CEO of eTegrity, which offers Virtual CIO and related services. From 1998-2015, Ferman was in the Strategic Coach Master’s Program for Entrepreneurs. Considered one of the original tech pioneers and cloud innovators, Ferman helped businesses migrate to online data backup and The Cloud. Ferman was named to the MSP Mentor Top 100 MSP’s and Top 250 People in managed IT services. He is on the Executive Board of EO New Jersey - an organization focused on helping entrepreneurs achieve full potential in business and personal lives. In 2021, Ferman was recognized as the 2020 Marine of the Year by the Robert J Slattery Detachment in Whippany, New Jersey.