Mr Eldridge is the author of ‘Leading High Performance: Applying the Winning Principles of Sports Coaching in Your Organisation' which will be the theme of his talk.
He rowed for Great Britain at Junior World Championship level and won at Henley and national competitions.
Completing a career at sea as a captain at 29 he embarked on a 30-year business career and has run companies in China, Singapore and UK in the oil and gas, telecoms and latterly the water sector where he remains a shareholder in a desalination company.
He runs a consultancy company, carries out board evaluations under the Governance Code and delivers leadership and strategy workshops for the Institute of Directors and the Management Centre Europe. He is a chartered director, chartered manager, Fellow of the Institute of Management and an MBA. He is also a qualified, active British rowing coach.
Heritage Insurance and the Guernsey Sports Commission are hosting the breakfast briefing on 20 June at the Garenne Stand.
Heritage Insurance director, Richard Le Tocq, said Mr Eldridge is renowned for his business performance insight and the seminar is expected to be very popular.
“Murray is well known for being a dynamic speaker who blends his extensive international business knowledge and experience with many years of coaching competitive athletes.
“He has a passionate desire to bring a more effective style of leadership – and ‘followership’ – into companies that will move them from average to high performance. It promises to be a very engaging event,” he said.
Places are limited to 100 and attendees are asked to arrive at 7.45am for a prompt 8.00am start. To book your place please complete the form at http://heritageinsurance.gg/page/murrayeldridge