Steve McFarland Launches New Vistage Group in Indianapolis Market
San Diego, June 27, 2014— Vistage Chair Steve McFarland has recently launched a new private advisory group in Indianapolis, IN. The new Vistage group will meet monthly to discuss business issues, share expertise, and provide one another confidential help to achieve their goals. McFarland is part of a community of more than 400 Vistage Chairs who lead local area groups, which total more than 45,000 members in 15 countries.
Vistage Regional Executive Rob Knauer applauded his success: “Steve McFarland continues to distinguish himself as a leader within the Great Lakes Region by launching his fourth Vistage group. Steve’s members have expressed to me their deep and sincere gratitude for his leadership; I am confident that these new members will soon feel the very same way. I appreciate Steve’s leadership in Indianapolis and our larger Vistage community; he is a terrific asset to our team.”
Steve McFarland is passionate about creating high-performing teams of CEOs who are challenged to become great leaders in their professional and personal lives. He has served in the senior leadership of multiple companies, holding the positions of President and CFO. Most recently, as the President of CP Morgan, he transformed the strategy and infrastructure to become a multi-state homebuilder, completing more than 3,000 homes per year. He holds a BS in Accounting from Millikin University and a MBA from University of Illinois.
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