ANLP Ambassador for Belgium

Gerry Murray

Gerry Murray

Gerry Murray is CEO of Wide Circle a change leadership consultancy that works with leaders in large organizations to ensure they can create change and get people to follow.
Passionate about learning and personal development, Gerry also runs NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner trainings in the Benelux and UK and organizes a regular NLP Practice group in Belgium called NLP-in-Brussels.

He is a Master Practitioner (certified by John Grinder) and a Certified Trainer of NLP, an Instructor of Hypnotherapy and holds Master Practitioner Certificates in TimeLine Therapy and NLP Coaching. He has studied/trained under many of the leading thinkers and developers in the field, including: Richard Bandler, Robert Dilts, Judith DeLozier, Joseph O’Connor, Charles Faulkner, Judith Lowe, David Shephard, Cricket Kemp, John Seymour, Stephen Gilligan, Shelle Rose Charvet, David Molden…. He is currently researching how to create more effective Change Leadership in organizations.

Gerry also has a BA in French & Linguistics from University College Dublin, an MBA from Manchester Business School and a diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, where he also holds the status of Chartered Marketer.

Prior to founding Wide Circle in 2003 Gerry Murray spent nine years at the world headquarters of DHL, the express logistics company, holding a variety of global roles in marketing, strategic planning, finance, investor relations and corporate communications. His early commercial experience was gained in sales and marketing management in the publishing & training industry. He is also a qualified music teacher and has been a performing musician all his life. He has recorded several albums with the Irish/Scottish band, Shantalla.

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