In partnership with BIMA, we are delighted to welcome Bruce Daisley, European Vice President of Twitter, to Bristol to talk to us about his new No.1 Sunday Times Bestseller ‘The Joy of Work’.
In the course of a career that has taken him from some of the world’s biggest media companies to Twitter, via Google and YouTube, Bruce Daisley has become fascinated by what makes great companies tick. And in his hugely popular podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat, he has dug right into the DNA of work, talking to leading experts about how we can make our jobs more fulfilling, more productive – and much more enjoyable. Now, in The Joy of Work, he shares the fruits of his discoveries. Are lunch breaks for wimps or do they actually make us more productive? Is it true that you can improve team performance simply by moving the location of the kettle or coffee machine? And what is a Monk Mode Morning, and why do people swear by it?
All of us have moments when we can end up feeling overwhelmed with meetings, our inbox and the demands of our job. What about if we looked to science for the answer? What can all of us do to feel more energised, creative and to start loving our job again? Bruce gives a fast, entertaining and inspiring whizz through the way to enjoy work again.
This Keynote will take place on Thursday 23rd May in the riverside office of one of our approved legal suppliers, Foot Anstey, 2 Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0FR from 1230-1430. Tickets are priced at £30+VAT for Bristol Media/BIMA members (£40+VAT for non-members) which includes a buffet lunch and a copy of Bruce’s book ‘The Joy of Work’ to take away.
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Bruce Daisley is the EMEA Vice President of Twitter and best selling author of The Joy of Work. He joined the company in 2012 having previously run YouTube UK at Google. He has also worked at Emap/Bauer and Capital Radio.
Bruce runs the Apple #1 Business Chart topping podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat on work culture. Bruce’s book The Joy of Work has been a smash hit, it was the Sunday Times number 1 business bestseller in spring 2019, the Financial Times made it Book of the Month.
Bruce has been one of the Evening Standard’s 1,000 most influential Londoners for 4 years and is one of Debrett’s 500 Most Influential People in Britain. Campaign magazine asserted that Bruce is ‘one of the most talented people in media’.
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