Senior faculty member at Hult Ashridge International Business School.
Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2020.
Her book The Human Moment was longlisted for CMI’s Management Book of the year in 2020.
Her work has been published in academic and practitioner publications including Harvard Business Review, Forbes Magazine and Management Today and in the press, including BBC online and The Guardian.
‘Shades of Grey’, her three-year study into employee engagement, concluded there were four zones of engagement: contentment, disengagement, pseudo-engagement, and engagement. Developed a diagnostic tool to measure engagement in organizations. Her book The Human Moment argues that organizations must find ways of becoming more compassionate in an age where work is increasingly de-humanized. Her decade of research concludes that compassion is the key to business performance.
Amy Bradley has a PhD from Aston University and is a keen triathlete. She teaches, writes, researches, writes, consults and speaks on the topics of compassionate leadership and engagement at work. Her research has been published by Harvard Business Review, Forbes Magazine and Management Today and in the press, including BBC online and The Guardian.
The Human Moment (LID, 2020); “Shades of Grey: An exploratory study of engagement in work teams,” “How Engaged Is Your Team, Really?” with Sharon Olivier (HBR, 2019).
“The clarion call for the humane management of
people to raise performance.”
Stuart Crainer & Des Dearlove, Thinkers50