111 Inside Highly Sensitive Leadership with Buteyko Breathing Practitioner, Brian Murphy
Listen in as I talk with Highly Sensitive Leader Brian Murphy to hear how before he joined the Business Miracles Community and Highly Sensitive Leadership Training Program™, he was very overwhelmed with raising two children, his own business and supporting his partner in her business all while beginning to navigate what it means to be highly sensitive. After joining the program Brian was able to learn how to honor himself and his Highly Sensitive Strengths™ in order to build better relationships with both his family and his clients. "This program has helped me honor myself just for who I am and honoring my nervous system has helped me to understand myself and also accept myself." - Brian Murphy. Learn more about this episode of Business Miracles at www.businessmiracles.com
Tentacle Talk! With Brian Murphy of the Miskatonic University Podcast
Cthulhu in the Deep South
Kirk and Alex sit down with Brian Murphy of the Miskatonic Universicty Podcast for a free wheeling discussion about cosmic horror, old school RPGs, swamp magic, gateway horror, and life in the Lovecraft universe. Check out Miskatonic University!! Cthulhu in the Deep South is a member of the Missing Sock Podcast Network. You can support this and all our other shows on Patreon. We also have a Merch Page.
Ep 94: Premier League Fan Predictions – Brian Murphy (Arsenal) v Rob Phillips (Chelsea)
Shane’s incredible run has come to an end but the show must go on. Brian Murphy impressed our listeners with his no nonsense approach and we’ll be expecting more of the same from the Arsenal man. Taking him on this week is Chelsea fan Rob Phillips who will no doubt be defending his club from the battering they got on last week’s show. The lads are often at each other on Twitter so there could be fireworks on Thursday night. Three points for correct score. One point for correct result. Winner stays on. We will also touch on the European Super League and the dramatic week in football so get your comments into us. It was a lively one with live comments coming in on our YouTube channel during the show.
In episode 46, Eugene Yang interviews Mr. Brian Murphy of the Department of Homeland Security. They discuss his depth of experience in counterterrorism both abroad and domestic, the intersection of law enforcement and the Intelligence Community, and the importance of continued education throughout a career. Before being appointed to the Senior Executive Service of the Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Murphy spent 20 years as a Special Agent in the FBI.
The Waterford FC goalkeeper takes Graham Cummins through a career that brought him to the likes of Man City, Bohemians, Ipswich, QPR and Cardiff as well as a number of Ireland senior callups.Along the way he witnessed two of the most dramatic goals in football history, that Agueroooo moment in 2012, and Thierry's infamous handball in Paris.He worked with goalkeepers like Peter Schmeichel, Shay Given, Rob Green and Julio César.And he also sampled life in a Roy Keane dressing room.
Using Analogies to Help People Understand Information Security with Brian Murphy
Brian Murphy, a security specialist at GreyCastle Security, is a technology, information security, and risk management professional. He assists with the development and implementation of cybersecurity solutions for a variety of industries. Brian has knowledge of PCI, SOX, GLBA compliance requirements, as well as ISO and NIST standards and regulations.On this episode we talk about: How we are constantly doing risk assessments in our everyday life. At least, we should be. How using analogies and stories help people connect with something new, like cybersecurity. Shifting the mindset to ensure the cybersecurity team's goals tie back to the business’ goals. The importance of culture and providing an environment where employees and the cybersecurity team are constantly learning.
188: Structure & Space: Brian Murphy's Year on the Wall Story
Courage & Clarity
Around this time of year, yearly planning is all the rage, and for a good reason: you need a crystal-clear business vision to be successful. And yet, 95% of entrepreneurs still tell me that they are just throwing things at the wall and see what sticks. It's time to forge a different path, and have the confidence to blast off into 2021. On today's episode of the Courage & Clarity Podcast we chat with Brian Murphy, who has used yearly planning to great success in his business. Listen as he shares the secrets to his consistency, profitability, and flexibility when the unforeseen and unexpected happens.
Performance-Focused, Data-Led And Campaign-Driven L&D With Brian Murphy
The Learning & Development Podcast
So many people talk about where L&D is going but who’s actually doing it? Brian Murphy is. In this episode (recorded prior to lockdown), Brian explains his approach to L&D, how it focuses on - and seeks to address - performance, his "from courses to campaigns" approach and the journey he’s taken with his teams and organisations. KEY TAKEAWAYS Thinking about the profession through a business lens, and being more marketing oriented, has allowed us to see the elements of L&D that require adjustment and upgrading. We cannot hope to implement the same strategic development across a business that stretches across many divisions. The culture of certain departments will be drastically different, and therefore require a unique approach. Informal learning is a huge part of how we learn and develop. We assimilate information far more effectively through exposure to others, and through experiences. We must seek to learn and understand the language of the people that we are trying to support, and what they are trying to do. Beginning from a place of data helps us to realise the critical points of failure. BEST MOMENTS ’There’s never been a better time to be in L&D’ ‘We want people to actually be ready, and what is it that you can do to help us?’ ’Sometimes we mythologise our own abilities and products’ ’The right answer is the right answer' VALUABLE RESOURC ES The Learning And Development Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-learning-development-podcast/id1466927523 ABOUT THE GUEST Brian is an experienced and award-winning L&D leader with a reputation for innovation and achieving results. As Head of Learning & Leadership at Citi, Brian achieved the Gold Award for Innovation In Learning from the LPI (2017) and the same standard for Best Use of Social & Collaborative Learning Technologies from Learning Technologies (2016). Now at AstraZeneca, Brian is Head of Learning Transformation. You can follow and connect with Brian via: Twitter: @bnmurphy14 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/murphybrian1 ABOUT THE HOST David James David has been a People Development professional for more than 20 years, most notably as Director of Talent, Learning & OD for The Walt Disney Company across Europe, the Middle East & Africa. As well as being the Chief Learning Strategist at Looop, David is a prominent writer and speaker on topics around modern and digital L&D as well as an active member of the CIPD L&D Advisory Board. CONTACT METHOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidinlearning/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidjameslinkedin/ Website: https://www.looop.co/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 3, Ep 60 - Minotaurs (w/Brian Murphy and Caldwell Tanner)
Hello From The Magic Tavern
Two down on their luck minotaurs lure us into their labyrinth. What will we find in the center? Credits Arnie: Arnie NiekampChunt: Adal RifaiUsidore: Matt YoungBalgor the Unclean: Brian MurphyGalbor the Tidy: Caldwell TannerMysterious Man: Tim Sniffen Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Matt Young, and Adal RifaiPost-Production Coordination: Garrett SchultzEarwolf Producer: Kimmie LucasEditor: Tim JoyceSpecial Assistance: Ryan DiGiorgiMagic Tavern Logo: Allard LabanTheme Music: Andy Poland