More than 300 people joined the Post team Thursday night at the Union Station Hotel to celebrate the launch of our Leaders magazine, which honors CEO of the Year Jaynee Day of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and includes our annual In Charge list of the city’s movers and shakers.

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In August 2013, Nashville-based entrepreneur Chris Korbey started work on an app.

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

The Tennessee Brew Works brewery is buzzing. CMT executive Rory Levine sits down, a bit nervously, across from writer Katie McDougle.

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

A.J. Kazimi founded Cumberland Pharmaceuticals in 1999 and has been its chairman and CEO ever since. But as the West End-based company has grown into a global entity with more than $30 million in annual sales, those roles have changed a good bit. Here, Kazimi talks about that evolution and h…

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”Jeff Bradford — …

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

As with previous issues of Leaders, the Post has spent some time accessing the influence of the Nashville area’s most influential and effective corporate advisors. These are the folks who take successful organizations and skilled employees and elevate them to the most impressive levels possi…

Leaders face no shortage of challenges, but as renowned futurist Daniel Burrus says, “Whatever problem you’ve got… that’s not it. You’re smart; you would have solved it by now.”

In a world where most employers turn away the majority of job applicants due to lack of experience, First Tennessee Bank is seeking such folks.

The business world rarely stands still but leaders and managers these days are being asked to operate in an environment being rapidly changed by technology and the growing influence of young workers who often bring with them a different set of values and goals. More than ever before, says Ki…

The first thing a new commander must do is the change of command (COC) inventory — visibly accounting for every piece of equipment and sensitive item on the company’s property book. All equipment is then sub-hand receipted to the end user, placing responsibility at the lowest appropriate lev…

Enduring organizations combine consistent innovation and the ability to adapt with a thorough understanding of their customers and attention to the bottom line. Those that stand out from the crowd also have built a reputation as great places to work and are examples for others when it comes …

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”

In what has long been an annual tradition, the Post team presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, political and civic leaders. The roughly 500 women and men found on our list, our eighth, represent the best of the best — and are always “in charge.”