Optimize Your Human Resources Team
Human Resources Keynote Speaker
Eric Termuende is a keynote speaker and highly respected human resources professional that speaks globally about how to attract and retain top talent and build communities that thrive. Having started and sold two companies in the HR space, hear from Eric about creating a truly optimized culture across all generations.
Helping Your HR Team Win the War for Talent
The roles and responsibilities of HR have increased dramatically over the past decade. Now, more than ever, human resources are truly the gatekeepers of great organizations and building communities that thrive. How is it that we can differentiate our organizations, attract the best talent, and keep them longer? With tenure still shrinking and the war for talent on the rise, this is no easy task.
A System for Better Talent
Before he was a keynote speaker, Eric spent years researching and working with companies across North America. From his research, Eric has developed a revolutionary system to attract and retain top talent. It isn’t just about the bottom line, it is about creating a workplace where people belong, where they trust each other, and where they feel they are making a difference.
Creating Happier Workplaces Doesn’t Cost a Dime
Eric is a keynote speaker that delivers engaging, action-packed keynote presentations, that take attendees on a journey full of ‘ah-ha’ and cost-free shifts we can all make as soon as we get back to the office to create thriving, productive, and perhaps most importantly, happy places to work.
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.”