Bruce Daisley is an acclaimed speaker at some of Europe’s biggest events. Keynoting major conferences on technology, business and strategy. He’s also been invited into give talks to organisations ranging from charities, corporates, the Special Forces and government intelligence agencies. Here are some brands he’s worked for in 2021.
[Zoom talk to a major UK bank] “Bruce was so engaging, his ability to cover off so many topics that we wanted to cover in 30 minutes was fantastic and the engagement and questions we had from the audience around this will surely stimulate conversation for the year to come. hoping this will build the culture of the teams. Bruce was so fantastic at dealing with our requests and talking to us twice, and engaging with our CEO too’ – Feb 2021
“Best conference presentation I’ve seen in some time!” – February 2020
“Incredibly interesting talk with plenty of take-homes I hope to make good use of” – September 2021
“Bruce Daisley is a wonderful, impactful speaker” – February 2020
“Bruce was brilliant, very approachable and positive. Plus, he delivered an incredible presentation. 9.6/10 – incredible score, the audience simply loved his presentation, a lot of social traction as well”
top-rated speaker at CBI annual conference (other speakers included the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn)
‘best speaker of the day’ – IAB Engage
Reviews of Bruce’s presentations in tweets: (click)
Keynoting SAP’s Success Connect summit to 1500 people (June 2019):
Thank you @brucedaisley for joining us at #successconnect and sharing your brilliance and humor with customers and partners. I loved the bits on decision making capacity and stress as a killer to creativity. pic.twitter.com/VlEbHAhzkF
— Carolyn Judge Phillip (@cjudgephillip) June 6, 2019
I’m Bruce Daisley. I’ve spent my career working in media and technology companies like Twitter, YouTube, Google and others. Along the way I’ve become obsessed with making our jobs better, and how often we get it wrong.
Eat Sleep Work Repeat is my attempt to escape the bad opinions that leaders bring to work culture – and to replace them with evidence and facts.
(There’s a book of the same title available in the US, it’s called The Joy of Work in the UK).