Listen and Read. Enjoy the Media!

Enjoy this collection of interviews. Some are radio and podcasts and the others are print and video. We will update this page as more come online.

The IBM Social Business Spotlight Blog is featuring an interview with Eileen here.


Eileen is an Instigator for Lead Change Group.  Read her biography and articles here.

On-site interview on human energy: for the Institute of Financial Operations. Watch here.

Web-cast Thought-Leader interview: What IS a Thought Leader? Watch here.

Up close and personal—Let's talk. Questions I am asked... Watch here.

TV Talk Show On The Value of Communication. Watch here.

Critical Mass Radio Show:  Radical Resiliency:  Listen Here

How To Foster Resiliency: Read Here.

Creating A World That Works For All Podcast with Stacy Hall.  Listen here.

Expert Interview Series: Eileen McDargh on the Importance of Resiliency in Leaders. Read here.

The Legacy Project Interview with Eileen McDargh.  Read here.

Inspired Interview:  Eileen McDargh.  Listen here.

Leaders as Learners: From Surviving to Thriving — The Role of Resiliency (Part I/III)
Leaders as Learners: From Surviving to Thriving — The Role of Resiliency (Part II/III)
Leaders as Learners: From Surviving to Thriving — The Role of Resiliency (Part II/III

Eileen McDargh, author of Your Resiliency GPS, joins Robert Thompson and Mike Neiss to offer tips on growing through life and work.  Listen here.

Crack the Leadership Code Season 3:   Dr. Michelle Pizer interviews Eileen McDargh on the third season of Crack the Leadership Code. Listen in and you’ll learn from Eileen how to leverage your career to match your authentic self. This includes the three kinds of work and the one you want for a career you love; the single most important skill leaders need for leverage; and what women need to take advantage of to better leverage their career. Listen here.

Eileen has attained rank #4 in the Communication category for Global Gurus ranking 2017. There is a Global Gurus criterion that a GlobalGurus competitor needs to satisfy before they are selected. This criterion is imperative as they connect with close to around 22,000 representatives, advisors, scholastics and MBA’s around the globe for their votes and popular sentiment survey. Criteria for judging the TOP 30 is categorically marked on the basis of the following factors:

Public opinion – 30%
Originality of ideas – 30%
Impact of original ideas – 10%
Practicality of ideas – 10%
Presentation style (boring gurus get lower points) – 10%
Number of publications and writings – 5%
Other considerations – 5%

The Top 30 Gurus, in their individual classifications are the “Cream of the Crop”, the World’s Top 30 most powerful Professional Speakers, Trainers and additionally Consultants in their territories and who have got more than 500 votes each



  • On behalf of the Northrop Grumman management Club, I wish to take this opportunity to thank you for your wonderful presentation at both of our Dinner Meetings. It was a challenge with the events of September 11th, though with your flexibility with the dates you helped make it happen. Your conversation/thinking model was both practical and profound, and I had the opportunity to quote you in my last Board of Control Meeting. Your story of you WWII Air Force pilot mother added a special dimension for all of us. You made us laugh as well as cry, and in the end you even brought us to our feet."
    — Northrup Grumman Management Club
"You were so flexible and accommodating and dare I say it—so darn easy to work with."
- Canadian Payroll Association

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As a Resiliency Motivational SpeakerEileen 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!).