Nichol, L (1996) Mapping the Knowledge for Professional Administrators. Competence Bulletin, Volume 2, Number 1.
Nichol, L (1998) The elusive church and the significance of structure, culture and role to the effectiveness of management development for the clergy. In: Proceedings, Organizational Effectiveness Conference, Edge Hill University College.
Nichol, L. (1999) Legal Context. In: Osuch, D (ed.) 21st Century Administrative Management. IAM Management Services Ltd.
Nichol. L (2011) Exploring working lives through the framework of the Psychological Contract: A study of Clergy in the Church of England in the early 21st Century. Church of England Research Colloquium, 2012 Faith in Research Conference, Church of England Research & Statistics Department, and the Oxford Centre for Ecclesiology & Practical Theology. London.
Nichol, L. Williams, S (2012) Work based learning: its impact on HRD/M practitioners’ development and professional identity. Working paper 13th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice. Portugal.
Nichol, L. (2013) The power of the historical working life on contemporary workers: an exploration of current working lives in the Church of England. In: 2013 Management History Research Group Conference. Lancaster.
Nichol L. Williams S. (2013) Constructing professional identity – the experience of work based learning candidates. In: 20th Annual AHRD International Research Conference in the Americas, celebrating 20 years of Leading HRD through Research. Washington, USA.
Williams, S. Nichol, L (2013) Learning about belonging to a HR profession: reflections from part time, practicing HR professionals. In: UFHRD Conference 2013. HRD in Turbulent Seas – Continued Global Economic Uncertainty: Challenges and Opportunities. Brighton.
Nichol, L. Williams, S (2014) Constructing professional identity; the experience of work based learning candidates. American Journal of Management, Vol 14(1-2).
Curtis, R. Nichol, L. Williams, S (2014) Working self-concepts: The Impact of Work Based Learning on self-identity amongst HRM/HRD Practioners. In Proceedings of UFHRD Conference 2014. HRD: Reflecting upon the past, Shaping the Future. Edinburgh.
Loon, M. Nichol, L (2015). Confluent Learning; using a design approach to develop cognitive abilities and enhance affective capacities through change management curriculum In Proceedings of UFHRD Conference 2015: Towards Evidence Based HRD Practice: Bridging the Gap. Cork.
Cook, J. Nichol. L. Loon, M (2015) An exploration of the use of coaching and mentoring in the supervision of doctoral students in UK university business schools. In Proceedings of UFHRD Conference 2015: Towards Evidence Based HRD Practice: Bridging the Gap. Cork.
Lewis, R. A. Nichol, L. Ward, P (2015) The Effects of French Organisational Relationships on Telework Job Roles: An Exploratory Role Set Analysis. Organizational Cultures: An International Journal, Volume 15, Issue 3, October 2015, pp.1-13.
Turner, A. Nichol, L (2016) Development Assessment Centres: Practice implications arising from exploring the participant voice. International Journal of HRD Practice, Policy & Research. Vol 1. Issue 1. pp 85-99.
Cook, Janice and Nichol, Lynn (2016) Doctoral Supervisor: Coach, Mentor or Master? Developing an Alternative Paradigm for Doctoral Supervision. In: 17th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, 8-10 June 2016, Manchester.
Nichol, Lynn and Palmer, Gerry and Watts, Helen (2016) Invaluable but Invisible: an Initial Investigation of Chinese Graduate Skill Development and Subsequent Skill Use. In: 17th International Conference on Human Resource Development, Research and Practice across Europe, 8th - 10th June 2016, Manchester.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart, J (2017) The Impact of HRD/M Research on Practice: An analysis of the REF2014 Impact Case Studies: In: 18th International Conference on Human Resource Development, Research and Practice across Europe, 7th– 9th June 2017, Lisbon.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart, J (2017) The Impact of HRD/M Research on Practice: An analysis of the REF2014 Impact Case Studies: CIPD Applied Research Conference: CIPD Applied Research Conference, 1st December, Glasgow.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart, J (2018) Who benefits from HRD? Discourses evidence in the REF2014 Impact Case Studies. In 19th International conference on Human Resource Development, Research and Practice, Newcastle 6-8th June 2018.
Warren, V. Nichol, L. (2018) Improving employability provision within the curriculum. Advance HE Conference, Birmingham, 5th July.
Harrison, T. Nichol, L. Gatto, M. Wai M. Cox. A. Gold, J (2018) What will be the Surprises for HRD in 2028? A Futures Scenario. International Journal of HRD Practice, Policy and Research. Vol 3 No 2 63-71. doi 10.22324/ijhrdppr.3.113.
Lawless, A. Stewart, J. Nichol, L (2018) Scholarly practice: reconnecting the l, p and q. Action Learning: Research and Practice. Vol 15 No 3. 207-209. https://doi.org/10.1080/14767333.2018.1513437
Nichol, L. Cook, J. Ross, C (2019) Adopting Coaching for Doctoral Supervision: Opportunities and Challenges for HRD. Human Resource Development International. https://doi.org/10.1080/13678868.2018.1547038
Harrison, P. Nichol, L. Gold, J (2019) The impact of machine learning on future HRD practice and research In: 20th International Conference on Human Resource Development, Research and Practice across Europe, 24-27th June. Nottingham.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart, J (2019) The impact of context on HRD discourses and their implications for critical HRD practice. In: 20th International Conference on Human Resource Development, Research and Practice across Europe, 24-27th June. Nottingham.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart (2019) The Role of HRD in Bridging the Research-Practice Gap: The case of Learning and Development Human Resource Development International. 10.1080/13678868.2019.1667691
Nichol, L., Bradley, E., Heathcote, C., Watt, H (2019) NHS Talent Management Innovation: End-to-End Talent Management’ What next? National Health Service.
Ross, C. Nichol. L., Elliot, C, Sambrook, S, Stewart. J (2020)
From Chain to Net: Re-modelling the knowledge translation process to assess interdisciplinary contributions to academic impact. Studies in Higher Education. 10.1080/03075079.2020.1723522
Harrison, P. Nichol, L. Gold, J, (2020) Redefining HRD roles and practice in the Machine Learning Revolution. Chapter 6 in The Future of HRD, Volume I. Innovation and Technology, ed Loon, M. Stewart, J, Nachmias, S. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-030-52410-4.
Emblen-Perry, Kay Nichol, Lynn and Ross, Catharine (2020) Does commuting to university influence students’ personal and professional development and the likelihood of graduate level employment? The International Journal of Professional Management. ISSN 2042-2341.
Welch, Ruel, Alade, Temitope and Nichol, Lynn (2020) Mobile learning adoption at the science museum group. In: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference - Mobile Learning. IADIS Press, pp. 39-46. ISBN 9789898704160.
Gold, J. Nichol, L. Harrison, P (2020) L&D must be a participant not a bystander in machine learning. People Management. Available at https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/voices/comment/ld-must-be-participants-not-bystanders-in-machine-learning
Emblen-Perry, K Nichol, Ross C (2020) How do UK universities support commuter students? At Chartered Association of Business School (CABS) Online Festival of Learning, Teaching and Student Experience.