Over the last few years organisations have scrambled to be purpose driven, answering the question of 'Why?' But as the burnout epidemic sweeps across the workforce, what answers does psychology give us about fixing team culture? Maybe a better question to ask isn't ‘Why?’ but ‘How?’
Bruce Daisley is obsessed with making work better. He's dedicated his last few years to chatting to the leading experts in workplace culture – and using evidence to find a way of improving it. As European Vice-President for Twitter and host of the UK’s number one business podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat he is in the centre of the debate about the way work and communication is evolving.
Bruce's book The Joy of Work was a UK top ten bestseller on release and is the top selling new management book of 2019 – the Financial Times made it their Book of the Month.
Join us for an evening with Bruce, where he’ll share the fruits of his discoveries that range across all aspects of 21st-century office life and that combine inspiration, empirically tested insight and down-to-earth practical answers in equal measure.
This event is part of the Institute of Internal Communication’s #wematteratwork campaign, championing the power internal communication has to transform organisational performance and working lives by helping people feel connected, engaged and purposeful.
All tickets include a copy of The Joy of Work.