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Business Imperative for Future Organizational Success

Business Imperative for Future Organizational Success

Who you missed: Valerie McMurray, Human Management Consultant and Board Certified Executive Coach with the NorthStar Consulting Group. Valerie has dual Masters of Science in Organization Develpment and Executive Coaching from McColl School of Business at Queens University. She is an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and Board Certified Coach through the Center for Credentialing and Education. She has been trained/certified in a variety of assessment and leadership programs including Myers Briggs Type Instrument, FIRO-B, Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, WorkPlace Big Five Profile, MSCEIT, Gallup, DISC, CareerLeader, Servant Leadership, Staub Leadership, and Wilson Learning Systems.


What you missed: If you missed our last CREW luncheon, you missed an excellent presentation by Valerie McMurray entitled “Business Imperative for Future Organizational Success”.

McMurray explored statistics/findings regarding women in the workplace and their overall economic power. Studies have shown that companies with a higher percentage of women at the top benefit from the following results:

– Neutralization of the group think phenomenon

– Increase in new ideas

– More & better innovations

– Enhanced company reputation

– Well balanced approach to all aspects of the business

Studies have also revealed that women are the breadwinners in 40% of US homes, control 80% of consumer spending, and that achieving greater gender parity would increase the national GDP by 12% by 2030.

Why: McMurray concluded by sharing the following “Top 5 Women Executive Success Factors”:

– Lifelong Learning

– Self Awareness & Openness to Feedback

– Effective Communication Skills

– Being a Risk Taker

– Building Strong Relationships