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THINKERS50 RADAR CLASS OF 2020

amy bradley

Senior faculty member at Hult Ashridge International Business School.

Ideas

‘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.

BIO

Has a PhD from Aston University and is a keen triathlete.

Content

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).

 

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VERDICT

“The clarion call for the humane management of
people to raise performance.”

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