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Whistle While You Work
Paradigm Shift Leadership Co-Founder and Chief Visionary Officer
More than a decade ago, Paradigm Shift Leadership co-founder and chief visionary officer Jerrod Murr launched an educational leadership development company with nothing more than a few dedicated employees and a mission: Creating positive change. In 2023, that dream is a thriving company with 20+ full-time employees and countless contractors who have facilitated events in all 50 states and internationally. He’s encountered every challenge imaginable along the way (including and especially ones related to HR), but through it all he and his team kept having…
Lots of fun.
Join Jerrod as he walks you through his journey of keeping fun in the workplace, even when things are hard.
- Why is having fun at work important?
- What are some easy ways for me, as an HR professional, to incorporate fun?
- How do I balance professionalism and fun?
Jerrod Murr is a speaker, corporate trainer, and cultural entrepreneur. He is a graduate of Northeastern State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, and a member of the Northeastern State University Hall of Fame. Murr co-founded Paradigm Shift, a leadership training and development firm, in 2010.
Paradigm Shift serves as a hands on leadership training, development for educational programs, and corporate teams through experiential learning. Murr speaks at multiple conferences and corporate educational events throughout the year. He is also honored to be a member of the Salvation Army Advisory Board, as well as being appointed Partner Expert in The Forge’s startup incubator, powered by the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
In addition to Paradigm Shift and his public-speaking jobs, Murr is the author of From 8-Track to Emoji and the host of The Good Leader Podcast. He finds passion and drive in helping individuals reach their leadership potential through various mediums and outlets. Murr currently resides in Muskogee, OK. He is married to his wife, Jenn. Together they have three children, Adelae, Josalyn, and Everett. His favorite book is The Giving Tree. He loves working on his Bucket List, cheering on the OKC Thunder, and a good coffee.