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Blue-Collar Leadership: Training and Developing the Blue-Collar Workforce and Those Who Lead Them

Monday, October 30, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ria Story, Founder, Top Story Leadership

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Blue-Collar Leadership provides talent development professionals with a platform for training and developing their workforce to unleash their potential by taking powerful leadership concepts and packaging them in an easy-to-understand format for frontline team members, frontline supervision, managers, and support personnel. This webcast covers the foundational principles of Blue-Collar Leadership that will help the frontline workforce and their leaders understand how and why they should accept more responsibility, how to become a high-impact team player, and how to become more successful as an individual and more valuable to the company.

After attending this webcast, you will be able to:

  • Understand the performance gap between highly engaged blue-collar team members and those who aren’t.
  • Describe why blue-collar team members should accept more responsibility and how they can.
  • Restate three key Blue-Collar Leadership foundational principles related to developing frontline workforce members.


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Ria Story
Ria Story

Founder, Top Story Leadership

Mack began his career working on the front lines of a machine shop, while Ria started hers in healthcare administration. Working in completely different industries, they both began to apply leadership principles to their respective careers with incredible results personally and professionally, and developed a passion for leadership. They founded Top Story Leadership, which offers motivational speaking, leadership development training, coaching, and consulting. Their clients include Chick-fil-A, Auburn University, Koch Industries, and Kimberly-Clark. 

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