Chris Towers, Head of Events, Roar Media
It’s with great excitement that Roar Media have recently announced a new event series for this year and beyond which will explore the ins and outs to the future of work, looking at change within the workplace and with heavy analysis on emerging work trends with enterprise leaders sharing what has worked for them or otherwise.
The series launches on June 10th with confirmed keynotes already including Bruce Daisley and Danny Denhard (see below for further info). The event topics will include that of workplace transformation, the return of work, hybrid working, remote working and building cultures of innovation within an organisation. The event will feature as an online event in this first instance but should return later in the year as an in person event, handshakes TBC.
Bruce Daisley and Danny Denhard will be featuring in the opening session of the Future of Work Online Event with an all encompassing keynote presentation from Danny on the future of work trends and what’s next for the enterprise followed by an exciting fireside chat with Bruce Daisley on his work in seeking out answers to the joy of work.
Bruce formerly ran Twitter’s business in Europe, Middle East and Africa responsible for the development of Twitter in three continents. He is now a writer/consultant on better working published in Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Wired, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and more. He runs the top business podcast, Eat Sleep Work Repeat. His first book – about improving work & work culture – was a Sunday Times #1 bestseller (it has been translated into 14 languages). He is writing a book on identity and resilience.
Danny is on a mission to fix the broken world of work with Focus: dedicated to removing silo’s, removing poor communication & creating a crystal clear strategy that the whole company can and will get behind, ensuring trust increases and improves the long term company culture and business delivery. Previously Danny was Director of Growth at JustGiving and led the Crowdfunding business. Danny developed the business strategy, was responsible for product enhancement and business revenues. Under his leadership crowdfunding raised £220m from 7million people supporting friends, family, their community and powerful stories.
Further speakers, sessions and announcements will be made over the course of April and May but make sure to register for this free online event in the coming weeks as once it hits capacity tickets will be made no longer available. You can register here for free.
If you have any questions related to the event you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.