Amy Bradley: Biography highlights
Amy Bradley is a researcher, writer, consultant and keynote speaker on the topics of compassionate leadership and engagement at work.
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Amy Bradley’s Background
Amy’s research 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.
In 2020, Amy made it onto the prestigious Thinkers50 Radar of global management thinkers. Her latest book, The Human Moment, was longlisted for CMI’s Management Book. In it, Amy argues that organisations must find ways of becoming more compassionate in an age where our work is increasingly de-humanised. Her second book, Running on Empty is an inquiry into the causes, symptoms, effects and potential antidotes to burnout, which has become particularly prevalent in the working population in the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic.
Amy enjoys open water swimming and trail running. In her spare time, she volunteers as a Community First Responder (CFR) for the UK NHS Ambulance Service. CFRs are volunteers who are trained to respond to emergency medical situation in their local community.
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'Amy's session was insightful and she was able to create a real sense of safety. The size of the group really supported the ability to engage in meaningful conversations.'
'Thank you for such a helpful and hopeful session. It was great to share our experiences and to practice skills of compassionate leadership. By the end of the session my notebook was full of reminders and to-dos that I know will impact my team.'