30 Ways to Fix Your Work Culture and Fall in Love with Your Job Again.
From the creator of hit podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat comes a revolutionary re-envisioning of how to enjoy your job.
In the course of a career at the helm of companies including Google, YouTube and Twitter, Bruce Daisley has become fascinated by the culture of the workplace. And in his hugely popular podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat, he has talked with leading experts about how best to make our jobs happier and more fulfilling.
Now, in The Joy of Work, he shares the fruits of his discoveries. Its succinct chapters range across all aspects of 21st-century office life, tackling the key questions and offering inspiration, empirically tested insight and down-to-earth practical answers in equal measure.
Are lunch breaks for wimps, or do they actually make us more productive? Is it true that you can improve team performance simply by moving the location of the kettle or coffee machine? And what is a Monk Mode Morning, and why do people swear by it?
If you're not happy with the status quo, if you think things could be done better, if you're seeking greater fulfilment at work and a life that is a little less fraught, The Joy of Work will point the way.
`Bruce Daisley is on a mission to change the world of work.' The Times
AUTHOR: Bruce Daisley is European Vice-President for Twitter and host of the UK's number one business podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat. He is also a regular on the conference circuit, addressing business leaders on the main stage of the CBI Annual Conference in 2017, and at that year's Management Today annual summit and Financial Times 125 Club, as well as at many tech industry events around Europe. He has been one of the Evening Standard's 1,000 Most Influential Londoners for four years and is one of Debrett's 500 Most Influential People in Britain.
Such was the response to the first series that in November 2017 he launched the Culture 2.0 conference, whichproved a huge success. The second series of the podcast received feature coverage in the Guardian and The Times. Bruce has tens of thousands of Twitter followers and regularly writes for such publications as Campaign, Huffington Post and Management Today.