Boosting Employee Engagement for a Healthier Workplace
Employee Engagement Keynote Speaker
Eric Termuende is an industry-leading resource in building and boosting employee engagement. Eric is a keynote speaker who speaks around the globe, helping organizations to create communities of trust and belonging and build the most foundational part of their companies: their people.
Employee Experience Leads to Employee Engagement
Before becoming a keynote speaker, Eric Termuende built Gen Y Inc., a human capital consultancy focused on creating thriving and engaging organizations. At Gen Y, Eric and his team worked with organizations across North America using their Cultural Diagnostic Tool to understand what it was that made team members engaged and happy at work. What they found might surprise you: they learned that “engagement” isn’t what you fix, engagement is what happens when the employee experience isn’t optimized.
Workplace Culture is More Important Than Ever
The world of work today is busier and more complex than ever before. If we want more engaged teams, it is crucial to provide them with an environment that fosters positive mental well-being, where they feel they belong, can trust one another and are making a difference.
Creating Better Communities for More Engagement
Eric is a keynote speaker who provides actionable insights and delivers them with humor and concrete stories that allow teams and companies to come together to function like community. Once this is achieved, employee engagement is soon to follow.
ERIC HAS WORKED WITH:
“Top 4 personal finance and economic books of 2016.”
“We should listen to a 24-year-old who wants to disrupt the way we think about work.”
“While Termuende is carving his path, he knows that his route to happiness might be much different than someone else’s.”
“Eric’s book offered a fresh perspective that indeed, we can all find happiness through the work we do.”
“If you will follow these steps you will begin to see a more prominent and actionable success to your work.”
“We need to rethink the way we work.”
“Eric is quietly changing the HR game.”