Building Incredible Teams Ready to Thrive in the Future of Work
If there is something the past months have taught us, it is that the future is impossible to predict. Knowing that uncertainty is just around the corner, it is the teams that are rooted in trust, belonging, community, and psychological safety that are going to truly thrive and be able to tackle whatever comes their way. Eric Termuende brings your years of research and the experience of speaking to hundreds of category-leading companies to share a must-hear message for your leaders today.
Keynote Presentations That Help Leaders Build Incredible Teams
Eric Termuende has worked with hundreds of organizations across the world, helping them attract and retain top talent to assist in future-proofing their organization. His proven methodology and takeaways keep audiences hooked throughout his keynotes and inspired to act when they get back to work.
Eric gained his experience by building a proprietary diagnostic tool that quantified culture to better understand how to better engage talent and optimize the employee experience. Following his early success, Eric wrote his bestselling book, Rethink Work and has sold thousands of copies since its release.
In his action-packed keynote presentations, you can expect immediate takeaways that require no budget to implement, an inspiring, engaging presentation, and rich stories that bring concepts to life.
One-Degree Shifts: Building Tomorrow’s Greatest Places to Work
With the pandemic closer and closer to being in the rear-view mirror, many leaders are asking ‘now what?’ As we navigate our next steps together, an agile mindset and the desire to choose to innovate are going to be key to thriving in the workplace of tomorrow. How do we continue to innovate while not rocking the boat too much? It turns out that those who are succeeding in a post-covid world most are the ones that continue to experiment, build trust, and work through problems together.
In this completely tailored, engaging, and takeaway-loaded presentation, workplace expert Eric Termuende shares what years of research, stories, and insights uncover about the one-degree shifts leaders use to remove friction, improve communication, and innovate. From Domino’s Pizza to the British Cycling Team, discover how the consistent application of small, incremental changes builds tomorrow’s greatest places to work.
In this presentation, leaders will learn the secret of a one-degree shift to:
- Reduce friction and build trust
- Work more effectively with a smaller team
- Build a culture of innovation
- Understand your role in creating a ‘greatest place to work’
- Discover what cilantro teaches us about strong workplace culture
Can You Make It? What a Race Across Europe Fuelled By RedBull Teaches Us About Leadership and Building Thriving Teams
300 people on 100 teams with 7 days to get from London to Berlin. The catch? No communication with anyone outside your team, no currency or credit cards, no pre-arranged accommodation and no pre-arranged transportation – only 24 cans of RedBull. Would we make it? And what would it teach us about leading and cultivating an incredible team?
In this highly entertaining, always surprising keynote, hear from Eric Termuende as he takes you on his harrowing escapade across Europe. Learn how his team overcame new languages, new modes of transportation, and navigated their way across an unfamiliar continent before crossing the finish line and completing the journey of a lifetime.
Leadership and team development doesn’t just happen in the office. A remarkable story with unforgettable lessons may be exactly what your leaders need to be energized, engaged, and equipped with a new set of tools to lead their team.
In this highly engaging, interactive presentation, you’ll learn:
- How to reduce friction across your team
- What the difference between forced innovation and chosen innovation is and how to execute
- Why choosing the road less travelled is more effective than the highway
- How empathy, trust, and experimentation breed success
- How to empower the team to rise to any challenge·
- How to travel 2,013 miles across a continent you’ve never been to before without anything to trade other than a few cans of a caffeinated sugar drink