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About 2 Eagles

Murray K. Lengyel

Murray K. Lengyel (B.Sc.PT.)

Murray has been developing people, teams and organizations for over 35 years. He has worked in the public and private sectors of health care and at the corporate level for the two largest rehabilitation companies in Canada. His career originated with treating joint and spinal injuries; and developed into a teaching and mentoring role for Physical Therapists and rehabilitation professionals across Canada. As manager and owner of a highly successful rehabilitation clinic, he developed sound business skills that apply to many different work environments. A transformational approach to people and relationships has allowed him the opportunity to consult with many different provincial organizations throughout Western Canada including public health care, Workers Compensation and insurance industries.

Murray’s public and professional involvements have included numerous appointments to community boards and foundations; acting as President of two Provincial Physiotherapy Associations, and serving on the National Board of Directors for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Speaking engagements have included national professional, and community health care associations, among many other groups. He is also an accomplished musician and golfer.

Murray’s extensive experience in workplace injury and ergonomic consultation has allowed him to work with many industry based companies in the areas of expedited assessment and care models, safe return to work, and employee development and retention. In his corporate role of Director of Program Development with LifeMark he designed new treatment programs and trained the staff to administer these new models of care.

He is an associate of the CRGLeader group and has completed his studies with Erickson College for Business and Life Coaching. He is part of a small, elite group of professionally designated coaches in Canada.

Murray’s professional coaching credo: I work with young people sorting out their careers, business people seeking higher levels of satisfaction in their work and home lives, and couples that want health and happiness in their relationships. I help my clients solve their own problems, live in their best world, and embrace the attitude that: “if one person can do it, anyone can do it.” My clients over-deliver on their own promises.”

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