Mark Faust

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Mark Faust
🏡 ResidenceCincinnati, Ohio[1]
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
💼 Occupation
Entrepreneur, speaker, author
🌐 WebsiteEchelon Management

Mark Faust is an international business consultant, syndicated writer, professional speaker, and executive coach based in the United States.[2] He is a regular contributor to Ag Professional[3] and is the author of Growth or Bust.[4][5]


Faust founded Echelon Management in 1990[6] and has consulted with companies and spoken to organizations on how to foster growth. He has worked with and interviewed Fortune 500 CEOs as well as many turnaround CEOs on growth strategies for various articles.[7][8][9][10]

He has been quoted or featured in media outlets including Entrepreneur,[11] Fortune[12] and the Wall Street Journal.[13]

Faust has worked with companies such as P&G, IBM, Monsanto, Apple, Syngenta, Bayer, and John Deere, as well as CEO groups (like YPO and Vistage), government agencies, and nonprofits.[14] He has been an adjunct COO, a VP of sales, a board member/advisor, and an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati and Ohio University.[15]

Echelon Management[edit]

Echelon Management International consultants include advisors such as former Fortune 500 COO/President Sandy Costa as well as team building experts and coaches like former professional football player Dr. Alex Higdon.[16] Echelon has both coaches and mentors for executives as well as turnaround consultants for companies in challenging situations.


  • Faust, Mark (2011). Growth or Bust: Proven Turnaround Strategies to Grow Your Business. Pompton Plains, NJ: Career Press. pp. 224 pages. ISBN 978-1601631626. Search this book on Logo.png
  • Faust, Mark (2017). High Growth Levers: How The Turnaround Mindset Propels Your Company. Getna, LA: Pelican Publishing. pp. 224 pages. ISBN 9781455622597 Search this book on Logo.png..


  1. "THE STATE OF SMALL BUSINESS FINANCING" My Business. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  2. "Innovation Strategy for Growth" Executive Travel. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  3. "The dirtiest four-letter word" Ag Professional. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  4. "Hands-On Leadership With Limits" Ag Professional. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  5. "Who Can Lead the Economy to Recovery?" We. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  6. "Partners in sound & query" Cincinnati Business Journal. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  7. "Who Moved My Seven Effective Good to Great Habits? How to Build Operational Efficiencies With Simple Requests of Your Team" Archived 2014-02-03 at the Wayback Machine Business Edge. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  8. "Options for handling e-mail overload" Inside Business. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  9. "Either define your difference – or you die" Cincinnati Business Courier. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  10. "Grow Business With Culture of Innovation: Consultant Mark Faust's New Book Lays Out Step-by-Step Plan" Yahoo! Finance. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  11. "How to Make a Personal Connection with Customers" Entrepreneur. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  12. "Grow the right way" Archived 2014-04-04 at the Wayback Machine Fortune. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  13. "The New Gentleman Farmer" Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  14. "COLUMN: Author says CEOs, not politicians, are the job creators" Cedar Valley Business Monthly. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  15. "How to Make a Personal Connection with Customers" Entrepreneur. Retrieved 2014-1-29.
  16. "Our People" Retrieved 2014-1-29.

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