Stephen P. Murray is one of those individuals that was unique and truly one-of-a-kind. He stood out from the crowd as opposed to blending in. The man always had a vision and stuck very close to that vision and ensured it stayed strong. Of course, he is known as a private equity investor and philanthropist.
Beyond that, he was known as an overall good person. The accomplishments blend together with the individual, which isn’t something that happens very often.
When it came to being a philanthropist, it was something he took incredibly seriously. Not a day went by when he wasn’t thinking of someone else or a way to help a group of suffering individuals.
That was beyond important to him. The difference with Stephen P. Murray, however, was that he did it out of the goodness of his heart and because he felt it was the right thing to do.
In fact, he tried to keep it low-key and under-the-radar. He didn’t want any special treatment or attention for it. He was simply doing what he was supposed to do in his eyes and what he hoped other people in his position would have done as well. Read more:
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As far as his business life, he was the proud president chief executive officer of CCMP Capital, a private equity firm which deals with buyout and growth equity transactions.
As a business man, he always was one step ahead of the competition. I’m sure many of you are familiar with the phrase: “The first to arrive at the office and the last to leave.” Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://culturebytes.org/the-exponential-growth-of-ccmp-capital-under-stephen-murrays-leadership/
That was Stephen in a nutshell. He worked incredibly hard and knew the harder he worked, the more successful he would be.
He was incredibly proud of the company and all that it had accomplished and achieved.
In his eyes, the company was a family that stuck together, through thick and thin, and always had each other’s backs. That was why he enjoyed working there.
It was a place he looked forward to going while getting to know the people he worked with on a day-to-day basis. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://rcactrack.com/2016/01/01/ccmp-capital-resumes-business-after-death-of-stephen-murray/
He knew when to be serious, get the job done, but he also knew how to let someone know they were doing a good job and that they were an important asset to the company.