Charlotte Lambert

Charlotte Lambert

Review Psychologist

Personal Experience & Biography

Areas of expertise and interest
I am experienced in running large, high stakes projects across selection and assessment, organisational development and change and innovation. In particular, I’m interested in qualitative research methodologies such as role analysis and evaluation of large-scale change processes, having been involved in the implementation and longitudinal evaluation of a national recruitment process in the pharmacy sector. In addition, I enjoy working with teams and leaders to help them to understand their innovation potential, and work together to achieve strategic aims.
Exciting projects I am currently working on
I’m currently leading an exploratory piece of work, looking at developing an evaluation framework to support the future design and implementation of a longitudinal evaluation of the New Medical Schools in the UK, exploring issues around widening participation. In addition, I’ve recently been designing a bespoke tool to measure behavioural characteristics important for success in a private equity context. Our involvement has spanned all the way from conducting a role analysis, through to piloting and evaluating the tool.
What I can’t live without
My new Romanian rescue puppy Hugo, who keeps me company whilst I’m working – although he does also have a tendency to make his presence heard on conference calls!
What I would happily live without
Crocs! Regardless of how comfortable they are, they shouldn’t be allowed to be classed as an acceptable pair of footwear to wear in public.