Amel Murphy is an organisational Learning practitioner, a facilitator and a business
mentor, with over 17 years experience in designing efficient organizational structures and
implementing interventions that build skills, shift mindsets and develop leaders to ensure
a successful and sustainable change
Murphy combines head, heart and body practices and theories to facilitate deep dialogue
and help individuals, teams and organizations access a more profound innovation,
communication and leadership development.
Murphy’s interest in leadership has developed over a non-linear career spanning different
industries and countries, and never following a traditional path. Murphy is dedicated to
being a bridge between belief systems, cultures and sectors, and to inspiring and enabling
people to be ‘good foregoers’.
Murphy is passionate about bringing the values of feminine leadership to organizations, to
not only make them profitable but to make them truly agents of world benefit.
Past and current clients include FTSE100 companies, Public Sector Leaders and Social
Entrepreneurs. Murphy’s work is based on over 17 years business and organizational
experience living and working in UK, Gabon, Chicago, KL and Algeria. This includes 10
years as an executive in the Energy Sector.
Murphy is currently exploring movement practices to build a body-based skillset for
improved leadership, communication and perception ability when interacting with other
people in both the workplace and our personal relationships
Murphy is Faculty of international renewed female leader program CIYO (Coming Into
Your Own). Co-founder of the first Lean In circle in the GCC, Co-Founder of The LINK
a female mentoring platform in the region (MENA).
Murphy is an Art of Hosting practitioner, team structural dynamic and Theory U
Murphy holds a Master in organizational capabilities and Development from University
College of London.
She is fluent in English, French, Arabic and Spanish.
Categories: Change, Corporate Culture, HR, Leadership