Steve in Media
Steve has appeared in international news outlets and programs sharing his insights and innovative strategies that have led c-level executives to transform their company cultures and maximize their growth potential. He has been sought after to speak on his newest book American Manufacturing 2.0: What Went Wrong and How to Make It Right by many TV and radio programs including Adam Carolla: Take a Knee, Presented by Podcast One.
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Sharing valuable insights to c-suite executives through keynote addresses, TV and radio interviews, and print publications
The ADAM CAROLLA Show
Adam Carolla, who holds the title for #1 daily downloaded podcast in the world, interviews notable people about their path to success in his weekly motivational podcast “Take A Knee.” Adam interviewed Steve about his take on American manufacturing and discussed his latest book: American Manufacturing 2.0: What Went Wrong and How to Make It Right.
League of Extraordinary CEOs with the American Business Journals
As a leading business growth expert, speaker, author, and CEO, Steve Blue is a contributing writer for ACBJ, the largest publisher of metropolitan weekly business newspapers and websites reaching nearly 11 million unique monthly visitors over 40 different markets. Every month Steve delivers compelling interviews with fast-track CEOs on culture, growth, and organizational development in his feature article The League of Extraordinary CEOs. Some of these CEOs lead mega-companies and others are CEOs in the middle market. One thing is common among them all – they are just ordinary CEOs who have made it their life’s work to produce extraordinary results. While each story is unique, their roads to success are truly amazing. Steve is always on the lookout for potential CEO interview candidates for this Feature column. Interviews are pre-scheduled and conducted during a 30-45 minute phone call. All CEOs interested are invited to submit their information directly to Steve at email@example.com.