Employee Engagement and Reward 2018 – Chair announced

We are delighted to announce that Dr Amy Armstrong, Senior Faculty member in Ashridge Executive Education at Hult International Business School will be returning as Chair for the 13th Annual Employee Engagement Summit.

We are delighted to announce that Dr Amy Armstrong, Senior Faculty member in Ashridge
Executive Education at Hult International Business School will be returning as Chair for the 13th Annual Employee Engagement Summit.

Running leadership courses within the Ashridge Executive MBA for the Creative Industries (EMBACI), Amy holds a First Class Bachelor’s degree, an MBA and a PhD. Having recently returned to Ashridge from the University of Bedfordshire, where she was a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour.

She is a regular writer and speaker on the topics of engagement, authentic leadership, resilience and compassion at work with a particular interest in how ‘crucible experiences’ of personal trauma affect the way in which managers view and approach their work.

Dr Armstrong is also a visiting scholar at Aston University and leads the research stream into barriers to engagement for Engage for Success, a Government-led movement which is seeking to improve engagement and wellbeing levels across the UK.

Having Chaired the 2017 Employee Engagement Summit, we are incredibly excited to welcome Amy back in the role for the 13th Annual Employee Engagement Summit in March, and look forward to hearing her expert input to this highly regarded conference.

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