Professional Speaking

Dr. O’Grady conducts keynote presentations and workshops, designs curriculum and does coach training for health professionals and patients, and groups of any kind on the topic of revolutionizing self care or the coaching method. She has spoken at Universities, schools, temples, parishes, non-profits, for-profits, and individual homes. She has designed and taught several graduate level courses on coaching.

wbaiListen to Pacifica Radio interview guest Eileen O’Grady with host Barbara Glickstein on Health Styles, WBAI Radio.

  • Thu
    06
    Feb
    2020
  • Wed
    15
    Apr
    2020
    8;30-10:30 St Louis, Missouri

    Keynote

  • Tue
    07
    Jul
    2020
    Wed
    08
    Jul
    2020
    Keystone Resort, Keystone Colorado

    A day and a half long pre-conference retreat for renewal and integrating extreme self care for over-deployed nurse practitioners.

  • Thu
    09
    Jul
    2020
    Keystone, Colorado

    Carolyn Buppert, Law Office of Carolyn Buppert &

    Eileen T. O’Grady, Founder, The School of Wellness, LLC

    Interacting with difficult others in the workplace is a common occurrence.  Attorney Carolyn Buppert and Wellness Coach and Nurse Practitioner Dr. Eileen O’Grady are contacted by nurses in distress all over the United States because of rude, bullying, and toxic behaviors in the health care setting.  They want to know whether there are legal remedies that will free them from their situation. They want to know how to make it stop. This workshop will use case studies to explore and define illegal workplace behaviors including harassment and discrimination. The presenters will offer strategies on how to stop toxic workplace behavior and outline the evidence needed if there is a legal remedy.

    Often, bad workplace behavior isn’t illegal. For example, bullying is not illegal. Coworkers may be narcissists, emotional vampires, borderline personalities, and those that engage in power struggles.  The presenters offer a triage system to help identify the type of difficult person one is confronting and evidence-based strategies to mitigate the stress effect of these difficult people.  Accurately identifying the type of difficult other is a key initial step in knowing how to best handle these challenges so that the nurse is protected and the toxic interaction is de-escalated.