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Mary Elizabeth Murphy of S.T.A.R. Resources Completes CRR Global Course

Posted on March 18th, by Mary Elizabeth Murphy in Press Releases. No Comments

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Mary Elizabeth Murphy of S.T.A.R. Resources Completes CRR Global Course 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – March 18, 2013 – Mary Elizabeth Murphy, CPMA, CPBA, CPCC, ORSCC, chief executive officer of S.T.A.R. Resources (http://www.starresources.biz/) recently completed a CRR Global, Inc. course called, Alchemy: The Art and Magic of Creating from Relationships.

“I am thrilled about completing this course, which enables me to support and create strong partnerships and values for our clients and teams,” said Murphy. “Our team is very dedicated to enhancing our skills to further help our clients grow and achieve strategic results.”

About CRR Global

CRR Global is an ICF Certified Training School and has a core competency in developing effective instructional design in the areas of coaching, team effectiveness, facilitation, leadership development, and faculty development skills. CRR Global offers over 14 course curriculums in the … Read More »


How do you create a successful work culture?

Posted on June 2nd, by Mary Elizabeth Murphy in 2011, Ask Your Team and Leadership Coach. 1 Comment

The first step in creating a culture of success with a new team or partnership is to establish an atmosphere conducive to partnership. This is a multi-step process that I teach over the course of several modules with new business alliances. This month, I’ll share some tips on how to instill an atmosphere of cooperation in a partnership right at its outset.

Before a partnership can truly be finalized, it is important for the partners involved to ask themselves a series of questions. First, ask yourselves how you want to be together. That is, what roles does each member feel that they would be best in? What roles do your partners think you should play? When you interact with each other, how would you like those interactions to go? Most people, of course, want smooth and respectful partnership overall, but fail … Read More »