SIOBHAN Murphy is president of the Quest Connection, a speaking, training, coaching and meeting facilitation business designed to transform the modern workplace from battleground to playground. She is an inspirational speaker, senior talent catalyst and master certified coach.
Murphy works in the areas of leadership development and skills training, facilitation, executive coaching and corporate retreats. She enjoys transforming client working environments through the use of visioning and intuitive questioning, changing the experience of work for her clients.
Murphy’s work has been featured in Newsday and Long Island Business News, and she has been quoted in The New York Times. She has been interviewed on NBC’s Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo and on several radio programs.
The extensive range of clients that have benefited from working with her include AT&T, Polo Ralph Lauren, State Bank of Long Island and several others.
A native of the Bronx, Murphy grew up in Babylon, Long Island and is a former piper in the Saffron United Pipe Band. She is also a former stepdancer in the Jerry Mulvihill School of Irish Dancing and the Hibernian Stepdancers.
Murphy earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston College, and a master certified coach designation from the International Coach.
Murphy’s parents are natives of Castletownbere, Co. Cork. She has visited Ireland on numerous occasions, and in 2005 she trained a group of professionals in business coaching skills in Carrigaline, Co. Cork.
“Being Irish means having a love of song and dance and music with an indomitable spirit to face life’s challenges. It means having a strong faith in the inherent goodness of people and that I live in a Universe that is friendly to my dreams,” says Murphy, who is married and has three stepchildren.
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