Martin Murphy is an international coach, trainer, speaker and writer specialising in peak performance, leadership, teamwork and personal development. He has a rich reservoir of experiences to draw upon and a broad foundation of research and insights to share with clients. Martin’s mission in life is to help people who are ready to make a difference, unleash their purpose, passion and potential.

Martin has been described as the ‘Liam Neeson’ of the leadership and personal development coaching world. A former Special Forces soldier and international security consultant, Martin has formed and trained teams worldwide to effectively combat terrorism and narcotics smuggling in the commercial sector. He’s also been a bodyguard to ‘A’-List celebrities. Then he took a change of direction, firstly by achieving a degree in Environmental Studies. He then spent many years studying other modalities which capitalise on the research into behaviour and peak performance psychology, whilst working with sports people, entrepreneurs, leaders and teams.

Martin developed the simple, but  profound ‘Who’s Got the POWER?’ philosophy and other leading edge tools including the OPTIMISE your Life method of personal transformation, FAST Learning methodology and ELITE team concept. Martin shares this knowledge in the corporate arena and with coaching clients. He’s a partner at Metris Leadership, co-founder of Platform Exo and the curator of TEDxHolyhead,

Martin believes that in today’s economic, environmental and social climate, it will be high performing individuals, working effectively together, who will be the vanguard into a brave new world. A world which is an environmentally sustaining, socially just and a personally fulfilling place to live and work.

If you’d like to collaborate or connect with Martin; find him on LinkedIn, Facebook and twitter: @POWERCoachMurph

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