Are you ready for the “season of rush”? Do you ever feel like work and life have become a blur? Do you wonder where the days go? How will you get your stuff done? Will you survive another year, month, week or day of this ‘crazy busy’ life?
Ease offers strategies to manage overwhelm in times of “crazy busy”.Read More
Eileen Chadnick, ACPC, PCC, is passionate about inspiring positivity and well-being. A certified coach, and principal of Big Cheese Coaching since 2003, She works with leaders (of all levels) — fostering mindsets, behaviours and strategies for success and fulfillment.Read More
“Rooted in science, research, and common sense, Ease is a powerful and thoughtful book to help us all manage our frenetic lives. Best of all, it reads like you’re in the room, one-on-one, with coaching pro Eileen Chadnick. And I can tell you from personal experience, that’s a wonderful place to be.”
– Terry Fallis, award-winning author of The Best Laid Plans, and co-founder of Thornley Fallis Communications
“Eileen has done us busy people an enormous service with Ease. It is quite one thing to know what the neuroscience and positive psychology research says about dealing with times of “crazy busy” but quite another to apply the strategies to our own lives. Eileen bridges both and lays out a smorgasbord of solid ideas that are easy to grasp and to customize to one’s own needs.”
– Linda J. Page, PhD, President of Adler International and Co-Author of Coaching With the Brain in Mind.Read More
This article was initially published in my Globe and Mail Column. See my latest Globe columns here. As the return-to-work era unfolds, many leaders find themselves mired in challenges. They are tired. Their people are tired. And there is still a lot of resistance. How to bring people back and create cohesive, productive, engaged teams? It’s
This article was first published in the Globe and Mail — see my latest columns here. — “Can’t wait to get back to the office. Terrified of going back. Not sure what to wear. Dreading the commute. Excited to see the team. Haven’t yet met the team in person. And what to do with the
This article was first published in the Globe and Mail. I also bring this topic and related themes to workshops, talks, and presentations. — The pandemic roller coaster continues. Two steps forward, and a couple back. As we phase into the next stages of reopening and its implications for life back at work, there are
This article originally appeared at the Globe and Mail – see original version here (for subscribers only). Exhausted. Overwhelmed. Flat. Emotional. Hopeful. Cautiously optimistic. These are just a few of the words voiced by many of my coaching clients and workshop participants in recent months when I have asked the loaded question: “How […]
This article is the third in a series on expressing gratitude and appreciation at work. The ideas shared are relevant for leaders, aspiring leaders, and anyone interested in generosity and humanity at work. See links to other articles in the series at the end of this post (and at the blog). Your people are working hard.