Researcher page: Tony Wall

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About the researcher: Tony Wall

Title: Senior Lecturer & DProf Programme Leader

Department: Centre for Work Related Studies

Field: Transformational management learning and development

Location: Chester | International

Phone: +44 124451 2299


University of Chester Profile

Research interests:

Tony is a specialist in personal transformation practice using applied psychologies and work-based learning. He is passionate about enabling professionals to create new insights into their practice and facilitating them to rigorously investigate real world problems and opportunities – leading to deeper, longer-lasting impact. He is the Director of the CWRS Professional Doctorate and is research editor of the EMCC's International Journal of Coaching and Mentoring. Tony's latest book has been endorsed by Peter Cheese (CEO, CIPD), HR's Most Influential Thinker 2012 and 2013, and has reached Amazon's Top 14 books for training. Leadership Assessment for Talent Development is available now.

Teaching interests:

Tony speaks internationally on issues related to transformational management learning and development.

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A framework for judging the ‘quality’ of first-person-action-research projects on the work based & integrative studies (WBIS) programme: Extracts from a practitioner research Masters dissertation

An accelerated practitioner research approach (APRA) for leaders and managers

An accelerated practitioner research approach for professionals: A study

Co-delivery of higher level learning and role perceptions: A practitioner research study

Commodification in practitioner research

Contesting ownership and responsibility: A practitioner research study

Developing a pedagogical model for facilitating situated learning: A study

Enabling and disabling discourses in promoting RPLO policy and practice in Higher Education

Eupneic inquiry and 'quality' in first person action research

Facilitating faster growth with small enterprise

Facilitating situated learning: A 'mode 2' pedagogical model

Issues, challenges and joys of accreditation

Personal tutoring and academic advising: Improving student success

Practitioner enquiry for busy professionals: An accelerated learning model

Prefiguring higher education as action inquiry

Transforming leadership, learning and life through work based learning

University models of work-based validation