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Eric Termuende hosts a variety of guests to discuss the future of work and entrepreneurship

Eric Termuende hosts a variety of guests to discuss the future of work and entrepreneurship
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Eric Termuende hosts a variety of guests to discuss the future of work and entrepreneurship




Episode 17: Weathering the Storm and Building Resiliency with Jennifer Moss

How do we experience a positive mindset in difficult times? How do we see the longer-term vision when it seems like we’re stuck? How do we prioritize what is most important and get out of those tricky spots? Finally, how do we build the seven traits of happiness to live more fulfilling lives? From holding three jobs and being open to meeting the person that would ultimately get Jennifer Moss her dream job, Jennifer has always been open to new opportunities as they presented themselves. This...


Episode 16: All You Have To Do Is Ask with Dr. Wayne Baker

How is it that we can get exactly what we want if people don't know what we're looking for? Maybe all we really have to do is ask! Being as distracted as we are, it can be difficult to truly understand what someone is looking for, and mustering up the courage to ask a SMART question isn't easy. Dr. Wayne Baker is a Robert P. Thome Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Management & Organizations at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. He is also Professor of...


Episode 15: The New World of Work with Naomi Titleman

What does the future of work really look like, and how to we tackle it today? Should we even be calling it the ‘future’? Sure, we need to be looking at where we want to be in 10 years, but how do we get there? In today’s ecosystem, we need to consider retirees, AI, ‘giggers’, and everyone in between. In our first episode of 2020, hear from the founder of Collaborativity and former head of HR for American Express Canada, Naomi Titleman as she takes us through not just the new world of work,...


Episode 14: Turning Others Into Heroes with Claude Silver

What does the modern leader look like? How do we 'wake up' to the world around us and be the best we can be? Some days it works out well and others it doesn't. But to be a leader, more so now than ever, we need to be more aware of who we are and how connected we are to power and control. The fact of the matter is that we can only control and change ourselves, and it can be difficult to get out of our own way. But how do we do it? Hear from Claude Silver, VaynerMedia's Chief Heart Officer...


Episode 13: True Innovation with Shawn Kanungo

What is true innovation and how can we get the most out of our creativity and forward-thinking mindset? Many organizations practice 'innovation theatre' but only the true pioneers experiment, take risks, and implement ideas. But how do we do it? How do we become more innovative? Look no further than this episode of the podcast. From Zara to shoe retailers, innovation may not just live in the product or service, it can be anywhere. In this episode of the one-degree shift podcast, hear from...


Episode 12: Big Data and the Future of Marketing with Charlie Grinnell

How do we reach a bigger audience? What questions should be be asking to ensure we're using the right information to reach the right people? With the world being noisier than it has ever been before and when we are creating more information than ever imaginable, standing out is increasingly difficult. Charlie Grinnell is the founder of RightMetic, a company working with Fortune 500 companies around the world to help them use big data to reach a more specific, and bigger audience. In this...


Episode 11: Closing the Gender Gap with Ainsley Robertson

How do we ensure diversity on our team? How do we ensure that our team is high-performing? How can we double the percentage of women in our workplace in less than a year? Perhaps the first question we need to ask is ‘what are we missing?’ Back in 2017, Clio saw that only 13% of the engineering team were women and the goal was to double that number. How did they do it? In this episode, learn from Ainsley Robertson as she shares firsthand insights and information as she walks us through how...


Episode 10: Modern Job Search with Austin Belcak

From Microsoft to the entrepreneur's desk, Austin Belcak teaches people how to job search effectively. Times are changing but the way we apply for jobs isn't changing fast enough. Sure, there are tracking systems, but how does a candidate really know what they're signing up for? The process to find the right job isn't easy. We feel like we need to have every step mapped out. The problem with this is that there are inevitable hiccups and pivots that happen along the way. Austin unpacks...


Episode 9: A Creative Toolkit with Duncan Wardle

We’re all creative. The ‘creatives’ aren't more creative than we are. As we grow and become more focused on our role, we tend believe that we aren’t creative anymore. How do we innovate now? How do we make creativity fun? Duncan Wardle knows how. The former Head of Innovation and Creativity for Disney, Duncan Wardle is now one of the world's most highly regarded innovation speakers and innovation consultants, teaching companies, brands and individuals across the globe to overcome their own...


Episode 8: Modern Marine: Preparing for the Next Generation of Marine Travel and Shipping with Bart Reynolds

With the world moving as fast as it is today, how is it that Seaspan isn't just keeping up, it is staying ahead of the curve? Is it the big 50-year plans that it is putting in place today or is it smaller, one degree shifts that Bart Reynolds and his team are making? The answer may surprise you. In this episode, learn how Seaspan is utilizing new technology to build the Tug Master of the future, plan for new energy sources, and guide Seaspan to success in the short, medium, and long...


Episode 7: How to Balance Time Like a High-Perfoming CEO with Swish Goswami

From speaking all over the world to building a global company that is preparing for a series A round, writing a book, and ensuring health and wellness is top-of-mind isn’t easy. Swish Goswami is in this storm that is a busy life like many of us are; he as 120 emails in his inbox, meetings he has to prepare for, and 13 people on his team that need his time and attention. How does he balance? Prioritization, being an early riser and trusting his team to get the job done. From calling mom to...


Episode 6: The Evolution of Organizational Structure with Krsytal Ho

When companies like iQmetrix experience rapid growth, roles and accountabilities changed (and continue to change) quickly. In the company’s 20-year history, the traditional org chart didn’t serve iQmetrix well and there was a lack of ownership and accountability for the work that was being done. The solution? Holocracy or self-management. No more titles, just roles and responsibilities. In this episode of the One Degree Shift podcast, learn from Krystal Ho how she and her team build a new...


Episode 5: The Mindset of a Wrestler with Chelsea Green

What do those climbing the corporate ladder have in common with those climbing into the ring? Way more than you'd think. Mindset. Resilience. Determination. The ability to set and execute goals, and pure grit. Chelsea Green has been working her way up the ranks of professional wrestling for years. In this episode you're going to learn the little shifts we can make to set ourselves up for success, and thrive in the face of adversity. To sign up for Eric's newsletter click here For...


Episode 4: Limitless with Laura Gassner Otting

Is the definition of success you've been carrying around your whole life what really makes you happy? Should we really be following our passion? In this episode, Laura Gassner Otting (@HeyLGO) talks about how our passions will beat us up and why that is such a good thing. She'll share how we can get unstuck, find success on our own terms, and live without limits. Life isn't easy and it isn't supposed to be. Our life doesn't have a user manual and unless we can battle through the sticky...


Episode 3: How to Thrive in a "Retailpocalypse" with Drew Green

The numbers are real, and they aren't pretty. Retail is struggling. But INDOCHINO isn't your regular retail store and Drew Green isn't your typical CEO. The company has, over the last four years, increased in size over 5X, improved its profitability metrics and really become a iconic brand amongst millennials. Incredible. What is the trick? A well-rounded leadership style. By bringing out the best in the team, amazing things will follow. Trust, belief, and empowerment are all key in...


Episode 2: From Bookkeeper to Changing the World of Bookkeeping with Ian Crosby

In this episode, hear from Ian Crosby as he takes us through the evolution of Bench and how he and his team have realized the success they have. For Ian, Bench isn’t about a centrally planned system, it is an economy with different teams that interact together and have increased responsibility. Instead of departments, the company runs more like a collection of businesses. Ian shares more about the company’s ‘default open’ principle and how everything that isn’t confidential can be shared...


Episode 1: Closing The Power Gap with Kathy Caprino

Kathy Caprino, M.A. is an Internationally recognized career and executive coach, writer, speaker and leadership trainer dedicated to the advancement of women is business. Kathy is the president of Kathy Caprino, LLC, a premier coaching and executive consulting firm. In this episode, Eric and Kathy discuss what Kathy calls a power gap. In this highly relatable conversation, you'll hear about how to 'find brave', realize your potential, and learn how to get that skip in your step...


Episode 0: Welcome to The One Degree Shift

Author and Speaker Eric Termuende presents: One Degree Shift For more information on Eric's work, check out his website