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The Human Moment

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How to rehumanize the workplace in an increasingly isolating world

An intriguing piece of work which addresses contemporary issues around workplace fatigue and our au carrant inability to interact with one another through beneficial and conceptual means.

Exploring the damaging technological characteristics of the 21st Century workforce.

A compelling piece of work that suggests modern technological enhancements have developed the production of the work, but deminished the compassion in the workforce.

A resourceful tool which offers strategies and initiatives to implement healthy corporate management and good authentic relations amongst employees.

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-28-4

FORMAT: 216 x 138mm

Bookbinding: Demi Paperback

Number of pages: 152pp

About the author

Dr. Amy Bradley is a professor, writer and speaker. In 2020, she joined the Thinkers50 Radar list of global management thinkers and her work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, BBC and The Guardian. Her book, The Human Moment, was longlisted for CMI’s Management Book of the Year.


Amy argues for the empathy and compassion one might show to a family member or friend to be brought into the business arena; apart from this being the right thing to do, it also helps people engage with each other in such a manner that it is good for profits too. Laced with anecdotes and thorough research, this easily readable book will challenge people to rethink how they understand employees.

Kriss Akabusi, MBE, Olympian, Professional Speaker and Transitions Coach

This is a book for all those CEOs who are grappling with how to build organizations that enhance employees’ lives; learn to improve employee, team and organization performance and establish a legacy that helps to create a better world. Compassion is central to all.

Geoff McDonald, Former Vice President, Unilever and global Mental Health Campaigner and Consultant

A vital read for any leader wanting to succeed in business today. Importantly, it taps into the very nature of how to understand and connect with employees.

Pete Markey, Chief Marketing Officer, TSB

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