Brasseur and Eisler teamed up with Lou-Anne Brosseau (Hunt) in 1992 and formed a company known as B.B.E. Productions Inc., and together the group planned and organized professional figure skating events across Canada. Their main goal was to raise awareness and funds for the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada who named this duo National Spokespersons in September 1992. B.B.E. Productions Inc. has won several awards, producing more than 25 shows and raising more than $250,000.00 in awareness and sponsorship for the charity. In the years of operation (1992–2006), B.B.E. also granted several wishes to children suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
In 1994, he and Isabelle Brasseur were awarded the Meritorious Service Decoration (civil division). The pair co-wrote Brasseur & Eisler: To Catch a Dream in 1996, as well as the follow-up book Brasseur & Eisler: The Professional Years.
In 2004, Eisler was involved in starting the Skaters High Achievement Readiness Program at the West Kingston Skating Club in Kingston, Ontario; he resigned as director in January 2006.
Effective October 6, 2006, Eisler was suspended from coaching in Canada for a term of one year by Skate Canada after allegedly sending sexually suggestive e-mails to his 15-year-old student. At the time of the ban, Eisler was coaching in California, where the Canadian ban did not apply. He did not appeal the ban. No criminal charges were ever filed.