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Leadership Training to Improve Labor Issues 

Supporting Organizations: MAEDC, Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce, MFA Oil, Moberly Area Community College – Workforce Development Center, Howard County Regional Economic Development Council



Disengagement leads to...
37% higher turnover
Loss of one day of productivity per week
48% higher quality issues

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In 2023, the growth of business is dependent on your workforce. Retaining and attracting the talent you need is mission critical. That is why we are making workforce development mission #1 in 2023. Leadership and Culture development can make us more competitive...


Become the Employer of
Choice with the Right Culture

  • #1 Method for Team Productivity
  • Learn How to Engage Employees
  • Create a Culture Plan

Studies show improving business leadership and culture are proven keys to seeing great gains in productivity and employee retention. In an environment where businesses are confronted with workforce challenges on a daily basis, getting ahead sometimes requires revisiting how leaders lead. At this training, leaders will learn to lead using principles that are time-tested. We invite you to participate to experience results that truly will make a difference in your business.

Enterprise Level Leadership Training From

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If  your organization's productivity, employee engagement, and retention improves business transforms. VP Culture uses scientific principles based on years of success in industry to develop your organization into a culture where your people and business thrive. 

VP Culture teaches leaders how to update the operating system of their organization: business culture. It uses four key scientific practices to accomplish this. It is compatible with all types of organizations from manufacturing to medical.  

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VP Culture is the work of Randal Weidenaar, national speaker, author of two books, and culture consultant. Randal was educated in organizational psychology and neuroscience at MIT, University of Pennsylvania, Harvardx, and London Metropolitan University.

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This was unbelievable. The presentation was great and the message was even better. I have been a part of this event for many years and this was, by far, the best presentation for HR/Business success I have seen. 



Instead of each organization paying high consulting fees for individualized training, we gain from the economy of scale by offering the training to the entire business community. Pricing includes all four sessions.  

$300.00/ Employee

Who Should Attend
It is recommended that top and middle managers should attend. Although the training is helpful for employees of all levels.

Sign up here.

All courses will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at:

MFA Oil Business Support Center

101 McKeown Pkwy

Moberly, MO 65270

The Four Workshops:
Culture Science: March 31, 2023
Personality Science: April 28, 2023
Emotional Science: May 12, 2023
Values Science: June 2, 2023
Online video of workshops available upon request for those who have difficulty attending the live event. 

WATCH NOW: How to Create Organizational Culture 

How to Participate

Moberly Area EDC is pleased to join our partners in offering this training to employers of all sizes. We are in an unprecedented time of labor shortages due to the high demand and low supply of labor in our area. With record low unemployment, retaining and attracting employees is critical if our communities and regional economy are to grow and prosper.

MAEDC’s 2023 focus is on workforce development. It is our belief that culture and leadership training is critical for every business in our region to compete and to excel. We hope you will attend this training as we believe it will benefit your organization.

If you have any questions about this program, please don't hesitate to contact us directly.

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Kaylee Paffrath, MBA
Moberly Area EDC
Director, Business Development


Randy Asbury
Moberly Area EDC, President

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