Amy Armstrong

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Qualifications & Institution
PhD, Aston Business School, Aston University

Amy Armstrong

Amy teaches, consults and researches on the topics of resilience; engagement and compassion at work. She is particularly interested in how crucible experiences in our personal lives, such as bereavement or critical illness, shape who we are and how we lead. Amy’s new book, ‘The Human Moment’ (due 2019) argues that organisations must find ways of becoming more compassionate in an age where our work is increasingly de-humanised. Amy teaches across undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and executive education programs and spends half of her time supporting Hult London with faculty recruitment, development and engagement. Amy is a Visiting Scholar at Aston University and leads the research into barriers to engagement for Engage for Success, a UK movement which is seeking to improve levels of engagement across industry.

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