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Blueprint To the Future

Leading In A New World Of Work

A practical guide to creating teams that thrive in the face of uncertainty.

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A practical guide to creating teams that thrive in the face of uncertainty.

While the trends, charts, graphs, and predictions about the future of work are interesting, the rhetoric around the future of work is often stuck on what it might look like, not how we get there. Instead of wasting time trying to predict what’s next, leaders need to better understand the specific steps we need to take to focus on building incredible teams that thrive in the face of adversity and uncertainty regardless of what the future of work brings us. Most importantly though, he’ll share exactly how to navigate uncertainty while having each other’s along the way.

In this engaging, insight-filled, and actionable presentation, workplace culture and leadership expert Eric Termuende shares his research-backed blueprint for successful leadership in a world that has yet to be created.


Attendees will receive a practical guide to building teams that are more productive, engaged, creative, and innovative. They’ll learn from the experiences of the National Football League, category-leading companies, and trailblazers from around the world about the importance of building trust, removing friction, and creating a culture of experimentation. Attendees will discover ways to ‘future-proof’ their teams by making a series of one-degree shifts that result in an improved sense of belonging, psychological safety, and engagement. Attendees will walk away with immediate, actionable, budget-free steps to become the type of leader that builds resilient, innovative teams, no matter what else is going on in the world.

What audiences come away with:

Practical strategies to boost trust, resilience, and camaraderie
An understanding of how to harness the power of one-degree shifts
Research-backed insights on building team agility and excitement toward impending change
Methods for finding and reducing friction within teams
Actionable steps to cultivate a culture of experimentation, risk free


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