Surviving & Thriving with Difficult People
This live and studio four-hour workshop (previously on CD) in MP3 format explores behavior patterns which make people difficult; communication strategies for blending; and the thriving skills for successful personal and self management with the “irregular” people. Filled with practical, no-nonsense information that comes from intensive research, observation and personal example. You will receive your files via e-mail after purchase.
Eileen McDargh is one of a kind!, a refreshing burst of energy and insights that are relevant for a wide range of topics. I have had the honor to work with Eileen as a guest speaker for numerous events at Procter and Gamble over the past 20 years.
Her topics, among many, have included Dealing with Difficult People, The Resilient Human, Setting Your Sails, Managing through Organizational Change. Wrapped up in those topics have been lifelong lessons and wonderful nuggets that have stayed with her audiences (i.e. Ask her about the Red Ants).
What sets Eileen apart is her ability to weave her years of experiences from working with a diverse group of clients from auto workers to the health care industry to consumer products to hospitals to name a few. Her stories of working with executive teams, unions, and community groups make her relevant to the everyday person.
Eileen is REAL! She tells it like it is but it comes from her heart and lives it in her soul. She believes in her message and lives it. Her passion is contagious and unforgettable. She is not a talking head from the podium - she is an example of a True Human Spirit living among us trying to make our world a better place, one person and organization at a time.
— MARGOT HOERNER, HUMAN RESOURCES, PROCTER AND GAMBLE/COTY, INC.
Eileen, What I think you are the best at in the world! It is your amazing insight into the human psyche paired with your ability to quickly and accurately diagnose the current issues of the environment you’re assisting. You boldly and directly confront and address challenges and provide guidance as to what steps need to be taken. And finally, tutoring those in positions of responsibility to achieve a successful outcome by helping them to acknowledge and understand their strengths and areas of opportunity for professional growth and the growth of their team. Your message of teamwork is very powerful!
RENEE ARTERY, CAPITAL ALLERGY & RESPIRATORY DISEASE CENTER