College of Business
Corporate & Executive Education

Tatiana Kolovou

Butler Corporate & Executive Education Partner

Areas of Expertise

  • Executive Coaching and Consulting
  • Customer Service Excellence 
  • Change / Transition Management 
  • Change and Personal Growth 
  • Multi-Cultural Communication 
  • Business Communication 
  • Business Presentations
Tatiana Kolovou is a Senior Lecturer at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. She teaches Business Communication and Cross Cultural Communication classes to undergraduates, MBA students and executive education attendees.
Tatiana is accredited through the Center of Applied Psychological Testing. She is a World Works licensed mentor, a program designed to help professionals be successful when managing cross-cultural teams and individuals in a global work environment.

In her previous position, Tatiana worked with University Human Resources at Indiana University as an Organizational Development Consultant. Tatiana has designed and conducted seminars, facilitated retreats, and provided business communication coaching services to executives. As a professional speaker and trainer, Tatiana has presented in numerous US conferences and in 15 countries around the world. Her topic emphasis is on interpersonal and cross-cultural communication, lifestyle balance and workplace effectiveness. Her latest publication includes a chapter in the book, Performance Intervention Maps: 36 Strategies for Solving Your Organization's Problem published by the American Society for Training & Development.
Tatiana holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Indianapolis and lives with her family in Bloomington, Indiana. She was born and raised in Athens, Greece.