Mike Goldman the author of the book “Performance Breakthrough: The 4 Secrets of Passionate Organizations” joins Enterprise Radio. Mike has over 25 years of experience consulting and coaching companies from the local entrepreneur to the Fortune 500.
- In the new edition of your book, Performance Breakthrough , you talk about how important it is for everyone in the organization at all levels to be passionate about their work. Why is this so important?
- What’s the number one obstacle small and medium-sized business face when they’re trying to scale up?
- You’ve worked with different companies throughout the years when they’ve encountered the growing pains of scaling up. What do you find companies are doing wrong? How can they improve when growing?
- What companies out there really get it? How are they creating a passionate, more involved workforce?
- Performance Breakthrough is written in a narrative style, which is a bit unusual for a book about scaling businesses. Why did you write it this way?
- For our listeners, what is the one thing you’d recommend they go out and do right now with their businesses?
Mike Goldman is a nationally recognized speaker, consultant and author of the book Performance Breakthrough: The 4 Secrets of Passionate Organizations. He has over 25 years consulting and coaching companies from the local entrepreneur to the Fortune 500.
Throughout his career at Accenture and Deloitte Consulting, he helped companies like Verizon, Disney, Polo Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Kmart, Dillard’s, Liz Claiborne and Levi Strauss.
In 2007, Mike founded Performance Breakthrough to help mid-sized companies achieve dramatic business growth. He does this by working with leadership teams to ensure they have the right people, strategies and execution habits for growth.
Mike’s clients value his vast experience with organizations of all sizes as well as his incredible passion and energy. His no-nonsense, practical style enables individuals and teams to uncover opportunity areas and achieve revolutionary results with laser focus.