Waller, L. (2016) The Neuroscience of Learning. Paper presented at the Health and Wellbeing Conference, March 2016
Waller, L., Marshall, B., Smallwood, J. & Wiggins, L. (2015). GenerationQ: The Organisational and Personal Impact of the Programme. An Evaluation Report prepared for the Director of The Health Foundation.
Waller, L. and Reitz, M. (2015) 'The art and craft of sticky learning'. In Hind, P. (Ed) Management Development that Works, Libri Publishing Ltd
Waller, L. and Reitz, M. (2015) 'The neuroscience of management development'. In Hind, P. (Ed) Management Development that Works, Libri Publishing Ltd
Waller, L. & Gitsham, M. (2016) Creating more responsible business leaders. Changeboard Magazine, Issue 12, October-December 2015. pp54-55
Waller, L. & Reitz, M. (2015) Aanleren van leiderschapsvaardigheden de neurowetenschappelijke principles. Md 23(3), 14-19
Waller, L. & Wels, I. (2015) Personalentewickler als strategen, Personalmagazin, December 2015
Waller, L. (2015) A grounded theory exploration of the experience in the workplace of not belonging and its impact on psychological wellbeing. Paper presented at the British Psychological Sociaty Quantitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference, September 2015
Reitz, M. & Waller, L. (2014) Stress breeds success. Training Journal
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Waller, L. & Wels, I. (2014) From grit to pearl: enhancing the role and influence of the learning and development professional. Ashridge Research Report
Reitz, M., & Waller, L. (2014) The role of stress in developing leaders. HR Most Influential, 28 July
Waller, L. (2014) The neurobiology of leadership development. Key note address, IEDP Leadership Development Summit: Do you need to be a psychologist to be a good leader.
Gitsham, M. & Waller, L. (2014) Hands-on learning opportunities create more responsible business leaders
Waller, L. (2014) 'Neuroscience and leadership - what can we learn?' [online] HRZone, May 2014
Waller, L., Reitz, M., Poole, E., and Muir, A. (2014) 'Feeling the pressure: The neuroscience of learning to lead', 360 - The Ashridge Journal
Waller, L., Gitsham, M., and Green, H. (2014) . Developing responsible business leaders: insights from 24 years of the Prince's Seeing is Believing visits. Ashridge Research Report, April
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Waller, L., Reitz, M., Poole, E., & Muir, A. (2014) . The neuroscience of leadership development: preparing through experience. An Ashridge Research Report, April.
Despite the current economic uncertainty, organisations are continuing to spend a significant amount on the development of their employees. But how can they ensure that the learning from these programmes is being applied in the workplace? Lee Waller suggests that the attitudes and motivations of the individual may be the critical element in making learning stick, and explores what this means for the learner, the programme designers, and the organisations involved.
Waller, L. (2012) Enhancing the transfer of learning: A focus on the individual, 360° The Ashridge Journal, Spring
Waller, L. (2011) . Ensuring learning transfers to the workplace: Where does the buck stop?, HR Most Influential, 16 November
Waller, L. (2011) From the classroom to the workplace: Ensuring the transfer of learning, Ashridge Business School Report