Butler University and Old National announce partnership to support businesses owned by underrepresented groups
Overcoming Unconscious Bias in the Workplace, featuring Kim Graham Lee “We all have unconscious bias; it doesn’t make us bad, it makes us human.” We all develop and carry some level of bias that stems from mental shortcuts but ends up affecting the way we see the world around us. Inside the workplace unconscious bias influences our hiring and promotion practices, colors employee experiences, and impacts overall business performance. Instead of shying away from
2020 has been a year of change and uncertainty loaded with challenges we never could have anticipated or imagined. Rather than focusing on the difficulties, we’re offering a different perspective: Healing. Let’s consider how the lessons of 2020 can make us and our organizations stronger. This focus on healing provides new opportunities to show the heart of business—one that performs better, cares more, and offers a new sense of hope for the future of capitalism.
Butler University and Old National announce partnership to support businesses owned by underrepresented groups Evansville & Indianapolis, Ind. (August 12, 2020) – The Old National Bank Center for Business Excellence—a partnership between Butler University and Old National Bank—is proud to announce an initiative geared toward strengthening and supporting businesses owned by underrepresented groups throughout Indiana. The Old National Bank Center for Business Excellence at Butler University (ONB Center), which was established to connect privately held
Can bad times bring out the best in business? Can a pandemic create a renewed sense of purpose in companies? Ask any of these leaders and the answer is “YES!” It’s easy to get caught up in the negative news surrounding COVID-19 – struggling businesses, startling unemployment statistics, and talk of an emerging recession. Yet, many bright spots surround us. For the conclusion of our Conscious Conversations virtual series, we delivered a GOOD NEWS BLITZ.
Conscious Capitalism Indianapolis · Leadership in the Time of COVID-19: Focusing on “We” Vs. “Me” Conscious Businesses do not exist without Conscious Leaders. But in a time when the focus is on personal and professional survival, how does the importance of “we” outweigh “me”? How can a business truly exemplify “we’re all in this together”? Join part III of our Conscious Conversations virtual series to hear two more local business stories highlighting the importance