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Eileen McDargh with friends on a boat


Your Resiliency GPS Resources

Thank you for purchasing Your Resiliency GPS: A Guide for Growing through Life and Work.You will find a frequently updated list of resiliency resources so please bookmark and check back often.


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You would have to live a few hundred lifetimes to take the wisdom that Joe has distilled from insights that range from Roman generals to today's military. The enemy is YOWE: Your Own Worst Enemy. Let's face it: negativity is malicious, contagious and ultimately the destroyer of dreams. In clear-cut, memorable language, Joe helps us all understand and attack those internal voices that zap our resilience and courage.

Winning the War with Yourself

For a starter, this book is not about bouncing back from a Wall Street downturn-though certainly that is to be taken into account. It is actually about taking your wings and expanding beyond Wall Street. I'm fascinated by the authors' concept that you evaluate all your assets personal and physical as well as financial to then explore three strategies: Close to Home, Sustainable Global Economy, and Revolutionary Investing. You will find big ideas and little nudges. All of which add up to YOUR resilient today AND tomorrow.

The Resilient Investor

I have studied the field of resiliency for years and am always delighted when I find a new perspective. Becky has done just that. She has crafted a wise blend of both self-care and the care of others. Her thought-provoking questions gently guide the reader into new ways of thinking about "shock". One doesn't need "shock" to appreciate the value of comfort, control, community and connection. A great read.

After the Shock

Building resilience—the ability to bounce back more quickly and effectively—is an urgent social and economic issue. Our interconnected world is susceptible to sudden and dramatic shocks and stresses: a cyber-attack, a new strain of virus, a structural failure, a violent storm, a civil disturbance, an economic blow. Through an astonishing range of stories, Judith Rodin shows how people, organizations, businesses, communities, and cities have developed resilience in the face of otherwise catastrophic challenges.

The Resilience Dividend

If you’ve ever worked in an organization and heard yourself say, “no one ever listens to me” or “keep your head down and your mouth shut”, or “just follow the rules and it will be fine,” then this book will sing to your soul. Hurt & Dye have done a masterful job of dissecting what leaders do to stifle the voices and ideas that must be heard in this disruptive world. You’ll learn the value of clarity and curiosity, how FOSU (fear of speaking up) holds back ideas, processes and systems that can help an organization survive and thrive. Get a copy for everyone in management and then: start!

Courages Cultures

HR Leaders podcast featured Eileen talking on the topic of “Resiliency is NOT about pain. It's about Possibility”.

TalentTalk interviews Eileen and Lynn Schmidt on the importance of resilient leaders.

The Business Power Hour® with Deb Krier interviewed Eileen.



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