- Networking Hang Ups and What to Do About Them
- Following Up on Follow Up – The What, How, and When of Staying in Touch
- Networking Strategies and Your Target Market
- Crafting Your Elevator Pitch and Marketing Plan
- Effective communication strategies
- Speed Networking and Putting It All Together
Michael Goldberg is an expert at helping you gain more laser-like focus, attract more prospects to the pipeline, create more quality referral streams, and write more business!
Described by clients as a “spark plug”, Michael is a master at invigorating and engaging audiences. His style is “in your face” and high energy. His content is “real world” and can be applied immediately.
Michael delivers “results driven” programs on networking, leadership, communication, service, and career transition. When he tells an audience how to do it, they know he has already done it…and it works!
Clients include MetLife, Genworth Financial, Amalgamated Life, AXA Advisors, Chubb & Son, Guardian Life, Stop and Shop Supermarket Company, the American Cancer Society, and the New York City Police Department.
Michael has been published in numerous business journals and was recently quoted in the Harvard Business Review.
He works extensively with the insurance; financial services industry and has been published in The GAMA International Journal.
Michael has monthly columns in industry wide trade publications in the insurance, construction, architecture and has been the source of articles in numerous newspapers.
Michael’s newsletter, focuses on helping businesses in sales, service, communication, and leadership and reaches thousands of subscribers.
Michael worked in the hospitality industry operating restaurants for several of the nation’s largest restaurant corporations. When not working in operations, Michael taught a variety of college business courses and served as department chairperson. He also held regional training and management positions with Staples.
Educational background includes a Masters Degree in Training and Organization Development and in Hospitality Management.
Michael is currently an award winning adjunct professor at Rutgers University and organizations focused on career search.