Beginning life as a Chef, Murray launched into the fitness industry in 1985 where more than 10,000 people experienced his workouts every year. The number of STEP classes he led equalled climbing to the top of the Empire State Building 365 times each year! As an opening keynote, Winning Wellbeing is a high energy experience helping your audience be excited and open minded for what’s to come. In the process they learn to care for their most valuable asset: their health, vitality and wellbeing. This is also a perfect keynote in a heavy-content conference where high value, light relief gives people time to process what they’ve learnt.
For two decades Murray worked in many fascinating parts of the world with global pharmaceutical giants in the life changing areas of mental health, sexual health, HIV and diabetes. He constructed skills in leadership, conflict resolution and building intriguing coalitions, often in surprising and complex environments.
As an author, speaker and executive coach, Murray draws on these rich experiences to open a pathway to collaborative discovery and action.
Organisations come to Murray to wrap external stories, influence and ideas around what they’ve heard from internal presenters and turn them into action. “His energy is through the roof – he’s insightful, empowering, thought-provoking and fun!”
The Power Of One Keynote includes building personal empowerment and a mindset that is open to change. Murray helps your audience explore beyond what they’re naturally good at and step into new possibilities. They become braver, clearer, more confident and open to new potential – even surprisingly excited at the thought of it – leaving with immediately useful actions that will profoundly influence their life at work and at home.
Working with red hot, high value themes, he teaches simple and straightforward models to powerfully lift the unique elements of your environment.
Murray’s passion is helping individuals and organisations open new pathways for enhanced performance, profitability, excellence and wellbeing.
Connect with Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org