Eric Termuende Entrepreneur; Bestselling Author; Workplace Culture and Employee Engagement Expert

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  • Leadership and AI: Building High-performing Teams in the New World of Work
  • BLUEPRINT TO THE FUTURE: Leading in a New World of Work
  • UNWAVERING: Building Incredible Teams for the Future of Work
  • The Great Resignation: Why This is the Biggest Opportunity We've Never Seen to Attract and Retain Incredible Teams
  • Leading Remote Teams: Maintaining Engagement, Productivity, and Happiness

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  • 2017 Rethink Work

Eric Termuende is a best-selling author, internationally recognized thought leader, and keynote speaker on all things future of work, leadership, workplace culture, and talent management. After years spent studying the world’s greatest places to work, he has deciphered what sets amazing leaders apart from the rest, and what it takes to build incredible teams that are resilient, innovative, and ready for the future.

His research and insights have inspired category-leading companies like Amazon, Coca-Cola, Nationwide, IBM, Zoom, Nokia, John Deere, and Toyota, to name a few. Eric’s perspectives and accomplishments have also been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Inc., and many other prominent publications.

In addition to the hundreds of keynotes he has delivered around the world, Eric is an entrepreneur and leader in his own right. As co-founder of NoW of Work, Eric has been named one of the world’s Top 100 Emerging Innovators by American Express, making him a trusted resource as we collectively navigate the future of work together.

Eric’s keynotes aren’t just engaging and insightful, they’re a fun, practical journey loaded with actionable takeaways that audiences can implement right away. Those that attend Eric’s keynotes often share that his refreshing, down-to-earth messaging not only gets them excited about the future, but also provides the practical tools and know-how to build teams and thrive in it.


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