Haas, president of Carmel-based Advisa, where she has worked for 18 years, leads a team of 35 people who work to help company executives build effective teams and improve their workplace culture.
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CVS Health Corp. CEO Karen Lynch topped the list for the second consecutive year, followed by Accenture CEO Julie Sweet and Citigroup Inc. CEO Jane Fraser.
With more than 68,000 workers in tech laid off in 2022, many read Wallake’s post as privileging the chief executive’s pain over that of the employees being let go.
Steven Emch plans to grow the size of the post-graduate Orr Fellowship program without losing the culture that has connected its participants with some of the region’s most prominent and fastest-growing companies.
Hobie Billingsley built the Indiana University diving team into a powerhouse, molded a legion of Olympic divers and trained a generation of instructors. Sports Illustrated once declared Billingsley “far and away the best collegiate coach in the country.”
Anthem chief executive Gail Boudreaux is among several female business leaders who say their background in sports has been a benefit in corporate leadership.
In a just world, the shift to remote work over the last two years would reward productivity and expose the slackers. But as corporations have been returning to business as usual, guess who can’t wait to get back to the office? Suck-ups, the co-workers we love to hate.
The program in honor of the Pro Football Hall of Fame coach will provide the team with access to talented coaches while fostering and expanding the team’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Tom Denari has been promoted to succeed Paul Knapp, who is stepping away from day-to-day operations at the agency for the first time since joining the firm in 1996.
Team owner Jim Irsay sent a letter to fans on Wednesday in which he described the playoff-eliminating loss to Jacksonville on Sunday as “perhaps the worst way possible” to end a season.
As Kirby Smart wraps up his sixth season as coach at his alma mater, the national championship football game will help determine his place in University of Georgia history. And once again, University of Alabama Coach Nick Saban is in the way.
A new survey of more than 3,000 top executives found that supply chain, labor market and digitalization topped the lists of concerns for 2022.
Shondell, who coached the Ball State University men’s volleyball team to 13 NCAA tournament appearances, was frequently referred to as the father of Indiana volleyball. He coached the Ball State team for 34 years and saw dozens of his players go into the coaching ranks.
Axis Leadership is an eight-month program to help train and mentor Latino professionals from 21 to 28 years old. The group just announced its fourth cohort, a class of 25 that includes participants from, among other places, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua.
After a season that tested everyone’s patience, Pacers players embraced president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard’s decision to bring in a known commodity in coach Rick Carlisle.
While leading the Indianapolis-based NCAA through a period of unprecedented change, Mark Emmert has faced relentless criticism. For those outside college sports skeptically peering in, he has become the face of an unpopular and seemingly ineffective bureaucracy.
Leon Jackson’s brainchild, a leadership development program for underrepresented groups, is up and running.
Peyton Manning has lived in Denver since retiring from the NFL a month after becoming the first quarterback to win Super Bowls with two different teams.
Nicholas “Nick” Iaria, the grandson of the founders of Iaria’s Italian Restaurant, is credited with turning the business into one of the city’s landmark eateries under his leadership from the 1970s to the early 2000s.
Rick Carlisle confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday he has agreed to return to the club he coached for four seasons from 2003-07. He led the Pacers to the Eastern Conference finals his first season.