Why Not Change Your Attitude?

Why Not Wednesday is part of our new Blog post schedule where we make a book recommendation. This week’s recommendation is Steve Rizzo’s “Motivate This” and Get Your SHIFT Together.” Those that follow Murfield Coaching appreciate that we solve significant problems through innovative thinking. We work to magnify your unique value, not replicate what others do. That requires innovative thinking to solve significant problems. Our clients most appreciate our emphasis on building employee engagement, alleviating employee trauma, and unleashing disruptive innovation. Our research shows that innovation occurs most often within a cutting-edge organizational culture. Read More

How much are you willing to risk?”

Free Soloing is climbing sheer vertical walls without ropes. Isn’t that crazy? Why would anyone risk their lives to do that? Last week I wrote about 4 questions you can ask that will help you in developing your disruptive leadership. Your response will probably be decided by the question I’m asking this week: “How much are you willing to risk?” Read More

Shifting Paradigms for a 2019 Disruption

Unfortunately many think they can still rely on the old paradigm in 2019 and still be innovative. Some will succeed by using the old paradigm but it will become increasingly difficult for them. Read More

How can Appreciation Lead Your Disruption?

As we work to wind down 2018 and look forward to 2019, it is the time to stop and consider what has happened and what could happen. After all, this is the time of year where we celebrate the holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa. No matter which holidays we celebrate, it is a… Read More

How to Strategize Disruption like Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu believed that as you assess five elements you will quickly be able to develop a winning strategy. This is the third article in a series on developing your disruptive strategy for 2019. In the two previous articles, I detailed the disruptive vision and focus.¬†One of the critical advantages I provide to my executive… Read More