Amy Armstrong

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Qualifications & Institution
PhD, Aston Business School, Aston University

Amy's teaching, facilitation and research interests sit within the field of positive organisational scholarship and include the topics of resilience; engagement; authenticity 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.

She runs leadership courses at Ashridge Executive Education and is a member of the facilitation team on the highly experiential Open Program 'Leading on the Edge'. She is the Academic Director for the Masters in Leadership & Management (Degree Apprenticeship) program.

She also teaches Undergraduate leadership development courses at Hult, and runs an innovative undergraduate elective entitled Compassion, Human Suffering and the Ethics of Care.

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