Amy Armstrong

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Qualifications & Institution
PhD, Aston Business School, Aston University

Amy is a member of faculty in Ashridge Qualifications at Hult International Business School. She runs the leadership course on the Ashridge Executive MBA for the Creative Industries (EMBACI) and the online Masters in Management (MiM) degree.

Amy is part of the tutor team on the highly experiential Ashridge Executive Education programme, The Leadership Experience (TLE). She also teaches on the Hult Executive MBA and Hult undergraduate programme. She is a regular writer and speaker on the topics of engagement, authentic leadership, resilience and compassion at work and is particularly interested in how ‘crucible experiences’ in one’s personal life such as critical illness and bereavement affect who we are and how we lead. Amy is a Visiting Scholar at Aston University and leads the research into barriers to engagement for a UK Government-led movement which is seeking to improve levels of engagement and well-being across industry.

In her spare time, Amy is a keen triathlete. She lives in Buckinghamshire with her partner Colin, four children and Alfie the dog and Jess the cat.