Eileen McDargh Legacy Project

The Resilient Spirit


Eileen McDargh Legacy Project is founder and CEO of the consulting firm, The Resilient Spirit. She teaches organizations like Cisco, Novartis, Oracle, and Procter & Gamble ways of building resilient leadership teams and workplaces.

Eileen McDargh Legacy Project

Novartis’s Dr. Rob Kowlaski, Senior VP and Global Head of Drug Regulatory Affairs and U.S. Head of Development, says, “The weeks Eileen spent working with [my senior leadership team] were a magical time in all our careers. Through our work with her, we became stronger leaders, and banded together to become a high-performing transformative team.”


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Interview Questions

Filled quadrants of mental, emotional, spiritual and physical.

With 20 minutes of prayer and meditation: chanting using a mala and reading the daily meditation from Celtic Benediction and The Daily Word.

Exercise after meditation.

4:00am until 8:30pm

 I am the CEO of my enterprise so the role is as a writer, consultant, marketer, speaker. I also switch hats to be a wife and homemaker.


Desktop MAC, MacAir, I-Phone.


Too many to mention but the top ones are related to travel, weather, and my FitBit.

Office for MAC, Dropbox, Email and ICS calendar.



 Windows on 2 sides, uncluttered space but still with pictures of family and friends, “dolls” and flowers.

Clean as you go. Have a fabulous house-husband.

All on Mac tools. Would like to be proficient in Evernote but I am not.

Computer and iPhone. Toothbrush and hairdryer

Making connections with people.


Too many books to read line my shelves. Just finished The Power of Positive Deviance and Flight Behavior.

No specific time. I get up and walk to the beach or out to my garden.

Can get caught on reading about my friends on Facebook but not often.


Reading and, if not too tired, writing in my gratitude journal.

7-8 hours

I raise monarch butterflies—or at least try and help their species. I am an exercise addict and find it hard to get moving in my brain if my body hasn’t moved first.

Interview Date

  • 2015-09-14


  • United States

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