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

10 Surprisingly Disruptive Books I Wished I Had Read When I was 18

Of all the books you have read, which one’s do you wished you had read when you were 16?  Why? In my world of helping aspiring and emerging leaders do what they neve thought possible, I think back to my freshman year in high school and wished I would have had someone to guide me… Read More

5 Essential Actions Disruptive Leaders Take in Traumatic Situations

Sunday we commemorate the September 11 terrorist attacks that took the lives of over 3000 people and shattered the lives of thousands more.  The entire country has been shaped by the events of that tragic day. How can we as leaders disrupt that trauma?  How can we step forward and help others change their lives… Read More

5 Reasons Why This is the Worst Thing You Can Do as a Disruptive Leader?

What is the worst possible thing you can do as a leader? A quick Google search reveals a wide variety of answers ranging from being deceitful to being arrogant, from demanding too much to demanding too little.  Others argue that the worst thing you can do is do too much while others say it is… Read More

3D Leadership Lessons Learned in the Building of the Bell Rock Light House

They doubted it could ever be built. But he built it and it still stands today. There are important lessons to learn in that story. If you are like me, you love learning from the ones who did great things.  Maybe that is why I like reading nonfiction, especially biographies and autobiographies.  It is there… Read More