Lisa Harding PgCLTHE, MSc Strategic Human Resource Management, BSc (Psych), CMCIPD, MBPsS joined the University of Winchester in September 2009 as a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management within the Winchester Business School. Prior to joining the University, Lisa spent 20 years in the banking industry predominately managing and leading teams within the personal finance retail network, and in business banking.
Lisa is interested in progressing approaches to research incorporating mixed methods. Her abilities to date include facilitating participatory action research groups and further analysing quantitative data to progress data collection and analyses derived from 'Broadly engaging with tranquility', a key project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council Knowledge Exchange Opportunities grant [Grant Number ES:L001748/1].
Higher Education Teaching Qualification
Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA)
- Hewlett, D, Harding, L (2015) Bridging the Gap: Collaborative Working Amongst Undergraduates, Academics, Practitioners and Research Councils, Proceedings of the Ninth International Technology, Educaiton and Development Conference [2 March 2015] ISBN: 978-84-606-5763-7.
- Book Chapter: Harding, T., Harding L. and Glasper, A. (2012) Using Evidence in Practice in Glasper, A. (Ed) and Rees, C. (Ed) 2012. How to Write Your Nursing Dissertation, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.