Since 1980, Eileen McDargh has helped organizations and individuals transform the life of their business and the business of their life through conversations that matter and connections that count. She believes that resiliency is a critical life skill and one that requires the energy of connections.
Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live, the first book to address work/life balance—a topic that placed her as a futurist in this issue.
Her second book, The Resilient Spirit is found from South Africa to California and was written as a response to 9/11.
Talk Ain’t Cheap—It’s Priceless serves as a leadership guide for numerous organizations.
Gifts from the Mountain-Simple Truths for Life’s Complexities won the Benjamin Franklin Gold Award. A training film based on this book earned a Silver Telly, the highest award for commercial productions.
My Get Up and Go Got Up & Went offers succinct insights in an easy-to-read fashion for recharging and renewing human energy.
Your Resiliency GPS: A Guide for Growing through Work Life offers a path for finding your GPS (growth positioning strategies) through recalculating questions.
She draws upon practical business know-how, life's experiences and years of consulting to major national and international organizations that have ranged from global pharmaceuticals to the US Armed Forces, from health care associations to religious institutions. Her programs are content rich, interactive, provocative and playful—even downright hilarious.
In 2017, Global Gurus International, a British-based provider of resources for leadership, communication and sales training, also ranked her 4th as one of the World’s Top 30 Communication Professionals following a global survey of 22,000 business professionals.
As a business author and commentator, Eileen has appeared on network news, on radio programs and in business journals and in major metropolitan newspapers.
Eileen is a certified speaking professional (CSP) and her election into the CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame places her among the top 3% of speakers in the United States.
She’s also listed as a recommended expert through the Sloan Work and Family Research Network now headquartered at University of Penna.