BSc (Hons), MSc
Lee Waller is Director of the Ashridge Centre for Research in Executive Development, which conducts and disseminates research around adult learning, including the cognitive, emotional, behavioural and neurological processes involved in learning, the process of learning transfer, organisational learning, and methods to meaningfully evaluate the impact of learning. Her recent research projects have explored the neurological processes involved in experiential learning, the importance of the individual in the transfer of learning, and the role and influence of the leadership development professional within modern organisations. Lee teaches in the areas of neuroscience and learning, and developing a high performing learning organisation. She is also an accredited feedback giver providing individual, one to one feedback on a range of psychometric instruments, including the MBTI Step 1, FIRO-B, Profilor, and the Ashridge Inventory of Management Skills. She is also experienced in providing assessment and feedback for learning and development assessment centres.
Lee started her working life at Ashridge ten years ago, managing our Complex Projects Team, before moving into Tailored Business Development as a Business Development Manager, where she worked with clients in both the private and public sectors to explore the learning needs of their individuals and the strategic objectives of their organizations, supporting faculty in designing learning and development interventions to meet those needs. Prior to this Lee worked in publishing, developing marketing and sales tools for the international sales force, and managing a publicity team for a leading academic publisher.
Lee has an honours degree in Psychology, and a Masters degree in Occupational Psychology. She is also a graduate member of the British Psychological Society, and is qualified in Level A and Level B. She is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Reading, exploring the experience of feeling like an outsider in the workplace, and its impact on psychological wellbeing.