CFS Seminar with Jonathan Rotenberg
Wednesday, January 21, 2015: The Journey from CFS: How One Alumnus Thrived Personally and Grew Professionally
Most of us have mentors, but how many of us had Steve Jobs for a mentor? CFS alumnus Jonathan Rotenberg, Class of 1976, did. Jonathan will talk about his journey from CFS through to present day as a successful executive coach and soon to be author of the memoir My Teacher Steve Jobs, due out in 2016. Come learn what experiences shaped Jonathan and what philosophies have guided him. Seating is limited. Registration is recommended.
Jonathan Rotenberg is an executive coach and strategy consultant who helps business leaders thrive in the midst of relentless change. For more than 20 years, he has worked with leadership teams of some of the world’s largest and most respected organizations. Jonathan’s background spans coaching, consulting, and operational leadership. He co-founded Centriq Advisors, a strategy consulting group focused on helping executive
teams build high-performance, customer-centric enterprises. His clients have included two of the largest retailers in the U.S.; one of the world’s largest hospitality companies; and one of North America’s largest wholesale distributors. He has led strategy and transformation initiatives for clients in the biopharma, business services, consumer-packaged goods, financial services, healthcare, insurance, lodging, nonferrous metals,
retail, and telecommunications industries.
Jonathan was previously Vice President at Fair Isaac Corp. and co-leader of its management consulting group. At Fair Isaac, he co-founded and launched its Customer-Centric Enterprise practice. During the 1990s, he was a senior strategy consultant at Monitor Group, advising Fortune 500 executives on growth and brand strategy.
In 1977, he co-founded The Boston Computer Society and, as its president, built it into the world’s largest personal computer user organization.
Jonathan holds an A.B. in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brown University; a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School; and a graduate certificate in executive coaching from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. He is certified in the Hogan Leadership Assessment and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Jonathan is a 1976 graduate of Cambridge Friends School and a 1980 graduate of the Commonwealth School.