3 Critical Questions to Solve Significant Problems

To successfully navigate the current pandemic and create a successful future, we need to ask three critical questions. Who have we been? Who have we become? Who are we willing to become? Those that follow MurfieldCoaching.com know that I’m not a political extremist, in fact, I seldom write about a political perspective. Instead, I write and work to solve significant problems with compassion, communication, and collaboration. Read More

Are You a Racist? Let’s Think Bigger about Our Language

In this post we will examine how specific words are used to heal or hurt, build or destroy, continue the conversation or squelch it. My intention is to help us communicate better to heal this ugly divide. Murfield Coaching works to solve significant problems. One of the ways we solve the most serious problems, like racism, is with compassion. By coming alongside another to help them alleviate their pain, we reach higher and collaborate to do what we may have never thought possible. Read More

It’s Time to Think Bigger and Reach Higher

It’s time to think bigger and reach higher to resolve the racial tension.It’s time for a little, no a lot of compassion. Murfield Coaching works to solve significant problems. One of the ways we solve the most serious problems, like racism, is with compassion. By coming alongside another to help them alleviate their pain, we reach higher and collaborate to do what we may have never thought possible. Read More

How to Avoid a Viral Disaster with a Little Compassion

It didn’t have to be this way. With just a little compassion, they would have avoided a public relations nightmare. Instead, Copper Stallion Media incurred a viral wave of negative press. Read More

Actions Trump Your Words: 5 Messages to Avoid in Bringing Employees Back to Work

In this post, we will discuss the five messages that will disengage even the most loyal team members if your actions do not match your words. Murfield Coaching works with individuals and organizations to solve significant problems through disruptive thinking. One of the most prevalent but overlooked problems is poor communication that disengages team members. Read More