Les Goldberg Publishes 3rd Book, The Show Must Go On: The Art of Leading Through a Crisis
Orlando, FL – Les Goldberg, the founder and CEO of LMG and CEO of Entertainment Technology Partners, delivered yet another riveting entrepreneurial guide to success, this time amid a global pandemic. The release of his third book, The Show Must Go On: The Art of Leading Through a Crisis, offers quintessential strategies for successful crisis leadership. Digital and hard copies are currently available for purchase on Amazon.
In The Show Must Go On: The Art of Leading Through a Crisis, Goldberg goes beyond disclosing essential strategies for successful crisis leadership. The book illuminates the flexibility of the entrepreneurs’ tactics, ensuring their application to an infinite array of businesses. Goldberg understands that since each crisis is contextual, each problem solution varies. The Show Must Go On provides the reader with the ultimate foundation to master crisis leadership. Goldberg founded LMG in 1984 in Orlando at the age of 17 and remains at the helm of its parent company, Entertainment Technology Partners (ETP), which employs more than 400 employees across 13 office locations throughout the United States and United Kingdom. ETP is the parent company to a collection of exceptional brands in the live event and entertainment technology services industry, including LMG, EventEQ, Systems Innovation and Pixl Evolution.
About the Author: Les Goldberg founded LMG, LLC, a national provider of video, audio, lighting, and LED support in 1984 with a small loan from a relative. He also acts as CEO of Entertainment Technology Partners, LLC, the parent company of a collection of exceptional brands within the live event and entertainment technology services industry. For further guidance on how to successfully navigate leadership in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, you can tune into the podcast, “The Road Ahead”, where Goldberg hosts discussions of crisis management with select industry professionals. For more information, visit www.lesgoldberg.com.
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