Since 1996, Murray has been working in the field of business and leadership advising. He specialises in working with leaders and entrepreneurs in all fields of business, challenging them to break through to their next level of success and significance.
Murray lives in Fish Hoek a suburb of Cape Town, South Africa with his wife Ingrid and their two teenage children. When he is not spending time with his family or his business you’ll find him in the ocean paddling on his surfski.
Murray co-founded Transform Consulting International in 1996 with business partner, John Radford, professor of Organisational Psychology at University of Cape Town. The company initially focussed on organisational consulting and leadership development. John Radford moved to Vancouver, Canada to build the business in North America.
Murray now specialises in working with leaders and entrepreneurs in all fields of business and challenging them to break through to their next level of success and significance.
After working with an international NGO for eighteen years, five of which as national director, Murray spent six years in organisational consulting, working with small to large corporates around Southern Africa including local and national government.
In 2002 he began to focus on leaders in business, primarily entrepreneurs, believing that leaders are the most significant change agents in organisations. He has developed powerful models and materials that give leaders the confidence to lead at the next level of their lives and business working with 100s of leaders around the world.
With the explosion of digital media Murray has now developed internet-based training and added several online products to his offering allowing him to reach a global audience.
For a number of years Murray has been involved with a local radio station in Cape Town presenting programs on the topics of small business and personal development. Recently he has also presented a business program for a national television channel called 'It's your business'
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