DRYVER is leading the change in Intergenerational Management, specializing in Millennials and the next generation of the workforce. We work with organizations to more effectively harness their Human Capital; increasing their people, social, and financial bottom lines.
We work with executives, across industries and spanning the globe, who were seeking ways to bridge the gap between incoming top young talent and established enterprises. Anxious to effectively succession plan for an ageing workforce, or to capture and continue with the growth they have achieved thus far. In some cases they have been frustrated by short tenure; losing employees and their investments in them, quickly.
Through data capture, interpretation, advisory services and implementation, we ensure companies are ‘future ready’ by providing executives with customized targeted data, and a long-term implementation strategy. A road map of where they are aiming to go, with everyone on the same highway.
We run our proprietary diagnostic tool to understand and highlight the true development areas of an organization through their people, enabling us to customize an implementation and development strategy effectively. This also gives us commonalities by running thousands of different demographics, positions, industries and personalities every year.
The DRYVER team is based in Western Canada with offices in Calgary, Vancouver, and strategic partners throughout Canada, USA and UK.
Eric Termuende is from Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada, where he grew up with his two parents and younger brother. Now co-founder of the DRYVER Group., a consultancy focused on the the attraction and retention of top talent. In 2015, Eric was recognized as a Top 100 Emerging Innovators under 35 globally by American Express. He sat as Community Integration Chair for Global Shapers Calgary, a community that functions under the World Economic Forum. Eric is a former Canadian G20 YEA Delegate, representing Canada in Sydney in 2014. In 2016, Eric spoke at TEDxBCIT in Vancouver giving his presentation entitled ‘Bigger than Work’. Eric has worked and spoken with clients across the world for the National Speakers Bureau, and was VP Operations and Finance for the University of Calgary Students Union and Class Ambassador for his graduating class. Finally, Eric currently sits on the Vancouver Board of Trade Company of Young Professionals Board.
Simon Howard is a founding partner with DRYVER Group, heading up the business development and partnerships divisions, Simon is often the person creating the first impression.
With experience in the business world in the UK, Canada and United States, Simon brings a wealth of cultural understanding and ability to understand what companies really need to evolve. Simon has worked in various industries, most recently as an executive in the Oil & Gas sector where he lead an Oil service company based in Calgary, Canada and Denver, Colorado.
Simon is committed to evolution in the workplace to bring about higher performance and happiness. Through practicality and science DRYVER empowers organization to grow, evolve and improve year over year.
Ashley Anderson is a Partner with the DRYVER Group, a Cultural Consultancy, specializing in the Millennial workforce. She is also a passionate volunteer, sitting as Vice-Chair for Gen Next of United Way Calgary and Area.
With over ten years of experience in leadership development, sales, team optimization, organizational programming, and corporate training, Ashley brings a unique ability to truly harness the power of human capital both within and between organizations. The first Associate to receive both the Rising Star and Heavy Hitter Awards with the Sandler Training Institute, Ashley prides herself on excellence and fun!
Holding a degree in International Relations and Economics, Ashley’s multi-disciplinary history has allowed her a breadth of experience within leadership and consultancy roles, continually discovering ways to enhance the strengths and processes of her clients both domestically, and internationally.
Having successfully transformed organizations ranging from grassroots startups, to multi-million dollar organizations, Ashley continually promotes and facilitates the development of transparent, accountability based, performance management oriented cultures. Ashley thrives when business executives and their teams learn to create success by design, rather than by default.
When Ashley isn’t spending time with her clients, you can usually find her out in the community on a yoga mat or spin bike, in the mountains hiking with her two kiddos, or at Hexagon game café with her hubby being nerdy and playing Catan. In addition to her time with Gen Next, Ashley also loves volunteering with the Haskayne School of Business’s Team Hunter as a Business School Mentor and Pitch Judge.