Digital Horizons - New Work Manifestos, Creating Places that Enable the Extraordinary
What is the real data and research on how to create happier, more productive places to work? If we're all going to be spending 50yrs+ working, should really be ashamed of wanting to enjoy it?
Join us for our Q2. Digital Horizons with Keynote Bruce Daisly, EMEA VP, Twitter supported by Chris Roberts, Cheif Development Officer at Bruntwood focussing on the increased awareness for a more human approach to work cultures and the benefits of valuing happiness, creating places people feel they can belong and thrive in and the impact this has on productivity and long term organisational goals.
Bruce Daisley is the EMEA Vice President of Twitter. He joined the company in 2012 having previously run YouTube UK at Google. He has also worked at Emap/Bauer and Capital Radio. Bruce has been a digital advisor to Comic Relief. He runs the Apple #1 Business Chart-topping podcast: 'Eat Sleep Work Repeat' on work culture. His work can be found at NewWorkManifesto.org. In spring 2019 Penguin Books published Bruce's first book, The Joy of Work.
Chris Roberts joined Bruntwood in 1993 having completed a degree in Urban Estate Planning at Liverpool John Moores University. Since joining Bruntwood, he has held roles in both the sales and development teams before becoming Development Director in 2004. Currently, Chris is Bruntwood’s Chief Development Officer responsible for all strategic regeneration and development opportunities in our city regions.
During his time at Bruntwood, Chris has led on several significant development projects, including West One in Leeds, Citylabs in Manchester and Booths Park in Knutsford and is currently leading the development activity within Corridor Manchester and at Alderley Park. He has also been responsible for leading several winning bids for joint development opportunities with the public sector.
17:30 Registration and drinks
18:00 Sit down for presentations and intro
18:10 Bruce Daisley, VP Twitter and author. Speaking on: 'Rediscovering the Joy of Work'As a burnout epidemic is gradually sweeping the country, what are the secrets of workplace psychology that help us to feel happy, productive and creative in our jobs?
18:50 Second speaker Chris Roberts from Bruntwood - 'A Place to Enable the Extraordinary'
19:35 Networking drinks and canapes
20:00 Event close
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