Earlier this month, H+K London hosted a panel discussion with Bookomi, Culture 2.0 and The Culture Code author Daniel Coyle.
Hot on the heals of his bestselling Talent Code, Daniel Coyle goes inside some of the most effective, creative organisations in the world (EG Google and Pixar) to understand how they generate a sense of belonging in their workforce.
From simple verbal cues that can be used in business meetings to the architecture of the company HQ, Bruce Daisley (Culture 2.0, Eat Sleep Work Repeat) will bring out the most useful insights from Daniel’s book and apply them to his own experiences as VP EMEA at Twitter.
About Daniel Coyle
Daniel is the Sunday Times bestselling author of several books, including The Talent Code, The Little Book of Talent and Lance Armstrong: Tour De Force. He lives with his wife and four children in Alaska and Ohio.
About The Book
Bookomi‘s Most Wanted work of non-fiction in February 2018, The Culture Code eloquently describes the right and wrong ways to collaborate in corporate life. “Read it immediately,” says Adam Grant. “A marvel of insight and practicality” says Charles Duhigg. Leaders who are readers take note, your competitors could use this book.
About Bruce Daisley
Bruce Daisley is the EMEA Vice President of Twitter. He joined the company in 2012 having previously ran Google’s display business. At Google Bruce had responsibility for YouTube and display advertising. He has also worked at Emap/Bauer and Capital Radio.
Previously New Media Age recognised Bruce as having made the Greatest Individual Contribution to new media in the UK. in 2015 he was voted Individual of the Year in The Drum’s Social Media rankings. He is a digital advisor to Comic Relief and in 2017 is a judge in the Design Effectiveness Awards. Bruce regularly speaks on the evolution of work culture and runs a podcast “Eat Sleep Work Repeat” on the subject. The podcast has featured in the iTunes top business podcasts since its launch at the start of 2017 Visit www.eatsleepworkrepeat.fm Follow @brucedaisely or @EatSleepWkRpt
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