'Bruce was a truly exceptional speaker'
'A really energising talk from start to finish'
Bruce Daisley is a Sunday Times bestselling author & keynote presenter. He talks to companies about how to build energised & connected workplace cultures.
Bruce speaks on:
how to bring joy back to our jobs
leadership in the hybrid era
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Bruce Daisley is a bestselling author and technology leader from the UK. He has become regarded as one of the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work.
His prior business career saw him spend 12 years as one of the best known technology leaders in the country, first running YouTube in UK and then Twitter across Europe, Middle East & Africa. In this time a high profile survey of industry leaders voted him 'Fantasy Hire' that most of them would like to make. He ended up winning the award four times. (For context he came in ahead of Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Sir Martin Sorrell).
He left Twitter as the company's most senior leader outside of the US.
Following the remarkable success of his debut title, The Joy of Work which reached number one in the Sunday Times bestsellers, in 2022 his second book, Fortitude, was named by the Financial Times as the best business book of the year.
Bruce's writing has featured in the Washington Post, The Guardian, Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal and The Daily Telegraph amongst other publications.
Bruce has spent the last few years turning his passion for workplace culture into an expertise. His podcast, Eat Sleep Work Repeat, has topped the business charts and has been listened to over five million times.
Having led at some of the fastest moving and high profile companies in the world Bruce understands that there's a big difference between what might work in theory and what actually works in practice. His discussions about workplace culture are always filled with practicality, warmth and often humour.
Bruce has been appointed as an Honorary Visiting Professor at Bayes Business School. He has taught several classes at London Business School.
"Absolutely hilarious" - retail business
"Bruce had the audience in the palm of his hand" - culture conference