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Resiliency Expertise

Maybe your organization has been downsized, “right-sized,” capsized. Perhaps you’ve been merged, remerged, submerged. Every time you think you know the answers, they change the questions. Up is down and down is up.

Perhaps you have the opposite challenge: your organization is growing so fast that up is down and down is up!  Business change is a daily fact of life.

You’re the leader with followers looking toward you as a model to move forward in complex and demanding times. You feel stuck in a time warp and want nothing better than the old days of career progression, linear movement, and a marketplace that is predictable and faithful.

You’ve assembled a team of world-class performers but getting them to play from the same “sheet of music” and honoring each other’s skills appears a task worthy of Hercules. Teamwork is a fiction. Virtual teams are virtually invisible.

Or perhaps you’re juggling the professional and personal demands of requests that surround you 24-7. Aging parent, ailing spouse, boomerang kids, or your own soul wanting more—it’s all a sign of the times.

What is needed: resiliency! Not the dictionary definition of bouncing “back,” but rather the proactive result of growing through challenge AS WELL AS opportunity. It is about thinking differently, learning to ask critical questions, and most importantly, discovering how to listen deeply.

This is not about adversity but advantage. It is not about pain but possibility.

Resiliency can be learned, cultivated, and practiced. And it can be done with vision, foresight, and joy.

Watch Eileen talk about Radical Resilience

Resilient Organizations are:

  • Alive with the energy of possibility.
  • Catalyzed with ideas that grow people and performance.
  • Dedicated to a sustainable future.

Resilient Leaders are:

  • Connected in mind, heart and spirit to the people of an enterprise.
  • Bold yet humble; pragmatic yet playful.

Resilient Living is:

  • Crafted by design, not by default.
  • Built through intelligent optimism and positive expectancy.
  • Discovered through “sailing” in life rather than “balancing” life.

Resilient Relationships are:

  • Honed in the art of critical conversation.
  • Created by honoring diversity and individual expression.

The return on your investment:

People walk away with more connection, conviction, courage and commitment. THUS–you get Results BEYOND the bottom line.

Sound good?

Great! Give us a chance to show you how we can help you and your organization today. Call (949) 709-2670 for a free, no obligation conversation with Eileen to determine how she can help your organization today!



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As a Resiliency Motivational Speaker Eileen loves working with all groups. She has found great synergy with health care audiences and long term care (from personal experience), educators ( As an award-winning educator, she went from teaching kids to grown-ups—who are still like kids), and women’s leadership groups(because she is one!).