About: Dale Murphy
Dale Murphy was drafted in the first round of the 1974 MLB draft and played major league baseball for 19 years. He spent most of his career with the Atlanta Braves (also with the Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies) where he became the youngest player in MLB history to win back-to-back MVP Awards.
He was 7-time All-Star and 5-time Gold Glove winner, received a myriad of other awards, and is still known as one of the most beloved Athletes to ever play in Atlanta.
A native of Portland, Oregon, Murphy has traveled the country for the past 25+ years as a guest speaker, making appearances and inspiring audiences with messages of leadership, teamwork, integrity, relationships, resiliency and more. He endears himself to audiences as he weaves stories and lessons from his long and successful baseball career into his presentations and creates a meaningful and memorable experience for all.
Dale Murphy has been married to his wife, Nancy, for 39 years, and they reside in Alpine, Utah. They are the parents of 8 and grandparents of 12.
WINNING STRATEGIES THAT TRANSFORM A GROUP INTO A TEAM
Format: 45-60 minute keynoteThis program is perfect for:
The audience will leave with:
3 Decisions That Create Resilience
Dale Murphy road to the Major Leagues was not easy or straight. But I made some decisions along the way that directly impacted my ability to achieve my goal–a long career in the Major Leagues. You can do the same.
3 Commitments Winning Teams Make That Will Lead You to Success.
Dale Murphy saw a lot of winning teams throughout my 20+ year professional baseball career. There are 3 attributes they all possessed that you can build in your team, as well.
3 Essential Elements of a Winning Culture
Some teams have “it” and some don’t. What makes the difference? And how you can create a winning culture of your own.
3 Critical Attributes of Effective Leadership
What Dale Murphy learned from some of the best managers in Major League history and how those lessons can impact your team’s success in a big way.