EU Connect Amsterdam
Last chance for Early Bird registration!
There is less than a week to go until our early bird registration closes for this year’s EU Connect, held in Amsterdam in November. With so much to offer, be sure to take advantage of the discounted ticket price for the EU Connect 2019 by viewing the registration page on our website.
Abstract submissions for the event have reached a record high of 298! Amsterdam will also introduce three exciting new Streams:
"Tools and skills to advance your career"
"Techniques, tools and experiences for effective management of people or teams"
Leadership and Innovation
"Innovative thinking, pushing boundaries and providing a platform for sharing these experiences"
For more information on all of the Streams and what is being presented, view the Connect Streams page on the PHUSE website.
We can also confirm two impressive keynote speakers for the event, who will be covering the topics of measuring sleep and the challenge of change in the working world.
Neil Stanley (left) and Simon Shepard (right).
Neil Stanley PhD – Sleep and the Ways of Measuring It
Dr Neil Stanley is a freelance sleep expert and author of How to Sleep Well. He has been involved in sleep research for 37 years, starting his career at the Neurosciences Division of the RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine.
Dr Stanley has published 38 peer review papers on various aspects of sleep research and psychopharmacology and is widely quoted by the media as a sleep expert.
Simon Shepard – The Data of Fluffy Stuff and the Battle for Sanity
In the VUCA world that the 21st century presents, change has become pandemic and the demands on minds and emotions are reaching hazardous capacity. With the emerging levels of expectation accompanied by decreasing levels of stability, it seems that people are facing significant challenge in the working world of the 21st century. So, if performance, productivity, energy and focus are critical to you – and let’s face it when are they not – how are you and your organisation addressing both the human and humane side of performance?
Find more information on the keynote speakers by clicking here.
Posted by Kayley Phillpott on
22 July 2019 at 12:00 PM