Bruce Daisley is one of the world’s most influential voices on fixing workplace culture and a former VP at Twitter.
Bruce Daisley spent over a decade as a top executive at Twitter, YouTube and Google for Europe, leaving Twitter as its most senior leader outside of the US.
Bruce’s highly acclaimed book, The Joy of Work: 30 Ways to Fix Your Work Culture and Fall in Love with Your Job Again, offers a fascinating and data-tested insight into what ‘work’ and ‘office culture’ now looks-like in the 21st century, as well as advising how all levels of staff within organisations can build a more motivating and productive workplace culture. The book went on to become the UK’s bestselling business hardback of 2019, being translated into 13 languages and long-listed for Business Book of the Year 2020 and CMI Management Book of the Year 2020.
His literary and business successes have culminated in Bruce being named one of the Evening Standard’s 1000 Most Influential Londoners and one of Debrett’s 500 Most Influential People in Britain. At the CBI Annual Conference, he was voted the top-rated speaker, having shared the stage with the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn.
Alongside his literary pursuits, Bruce hosts and runs the ‘Eat Sleep Work Repeat’ podcast on workplace culture which has reached #1 spot on the Apple Business Podcast Chart. He now devotes his time to championing reforms to culture in the workplace.
He is also a published writer in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal & The Guardian.
This weeks topics:
- Your take on this new remote working culture?
- What causes burn out?
- What kills and causes creativity
- How do I know when to quit?
- Childhood trauma in the elite
- The Trump Twitter ban
- Where does social media go from here?
- Whats next for you to keep joy in your work?
- Whats the one thing you'd do to make work enjoyable for everyone?
My book pre-order:
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