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Eric Termuende

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Eric Termuende | C-Tribe Festival Speaker

ERIC TERMUENDE | Co-Founder @ NoW Innovations | Vancouver, Canada

Eric Termuende is the co-founder of NoW Innovations, a bestselling author, and an international speaker. His work has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Thrive Global, the Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, and elsewhere. Termuende was recognized as a Top 100 Emerging Innovator under 35 globally by American Express, is a TEDx speaker, and represented Canada at the G20 Summit.

Eric is a thought leader on optimizing workplace culture, the future of work, and engagement in the workplace. He provides key actionable takeaways on how companies can drive engagement through connection and trust.

Eric dispels generational groupings to re-humanize and gain more out of the workforce. Having given nearly 200 presentations, he goes beyond diversity and inclusion to help audiences understand people and patterns in order to optimize the workplace. His new bestselling book, Rethink Work is available on Amazon.ca.

THE JOB INTERVIEWS OF 2067: WHAT WILL EMPLOYMENT LOOK LIKE?

Children starting school today will enter the labor market and start voting in the 2030s. It is very difficult to know what types of jobs, and indeed what type of world, they are being prepared for. Needless to say, it’s an ongoing debate with conflicting information from various experts. It leaves plenty of room for interpretation around what impact automation technology like artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics will have on jobs, skills, and wages. What does this mean for our educational institutions or for parents of newborns keen on setting their children up for success?  It’s evident that in order for people to keep up, adapt, and work alongside effectively with highly capable machines, they will require a very different set of skills. How do we go about grooming the leaders of the next generation and what will it take to deploy a workforce of highly-capable and purpose-driven members of society?