Emma WattonSenior Teaching Fellow
Emma is a senior teaching fellow within The Department of Leadership and Management and is the Programme Director for the MSc in Leadership Practice and Responsibility.
Emma has over ten years of HEI experience having prevously worked at the University of Cumbria and the University of Central Lancashire. During this time she project managed several large scale programmes including the LEAD programme in Cumbria.
Emma’s early career was in Financial Services where she specialised in the small business sector. She has extensive experience in the design and delivery of leadership development programmes for the financial services sector.
PG Certificate in Academic Practice
MBA in Leadership and Sustainability. Dissertation topic: Leadership reform after the financial crisis of 2007- 2008: A global study.
Diploma in Leading Sustainable Communities
PRINCE 2 Project Management
Leadership learning - using artefacts and storytelling
LLC500 Responsible Leadership: Challenges and Reflections
LLC504 Responsible Leadership in Action
LLC506 Global Leadership
The benefits of job sharing: a practice-based case study
Watton, E.L., Stables, S. 29/07/2016 In: Overcoming challenges to gender equality in the workplace. Greenleaf Publishing p. 67-77. 11 p.
Not 'turning a blind eye': a leadership skill to reconcile ethical dilemmas
Watton, E.L., Parry, K., Lichtenstein, S. 13/07/2016
A practical action perspective and understanding on becoming a networked learning educator
Hodgson, V.E., Watton, E.L., Ralph, N.D. 9/05/2016 In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning May 9/11 2016 Lancaster University. Lancaster : Lancaster University p. 405-413. 9 p. ISBN: 9781862203242.
Developing responsible leadership through discourse ethics
Kempster, S.J., Gregory, S.H., Watton, E.L. 8/04/2016 In: Responsible leadership. London : Routledge p. 163-182. 20 p. ISBN: 9781138931299. Electronic ISBN: 9781315679822.
Pluralistic perspectives of leadership and leadership development: can on-line learning create more reflective leaders?
Hodgson, V., Watton, E. 15/07/2015
The experiential development of sustainable, responsible leadership practice
Watton, E., Kempster, S., Stewart, J., Chapman, P. 31/10/2014
Exploring how business schools can harness soft skill development through service learning initiatives
Watton, E. 11/09/2014
The new romantics of responsible leadership
Kempster, S., Watton, E. 11/09/2014 In: Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME. Greenleaf Publishing p. 39-42. 4 p.
Knowing me, knowing you: can job sharing help to develop leadership capability?
Watton, E., Stables, S. 9/07/2014
How you can explore the case for responsible management with colleagues and senior managers
Kempster, S., Watton, E. 9/04/2014
How important is resilience in a youth leadership programme for the voluntary sector?
Maynard, L., Watton, E. 31/10/2013
Towards an understanding of the importance of resilience through an aspiring leaders programme
Maynard, L., Watton, E. 11/09/2013
Understanding the relationship between resilience and well-being in the context of an aspiring leaders programme
Watton, E., Carter, H., Maynard, L. 10/07/2013