Conference Papers

Building Team Facilitators the Belbin Way

Burns, J., Leigh, E., & Pond, W. (2010) Building Team Facilitators the Belbin Way – seminar presentation at the 2010 Belbin symposium, Cambridge, UK

High Fidelity Live Simulation for Combating PTSD

Moore, Dyan, Leigh E. (2010) High Fidelity Live Simulation for Combating PTSD, SimTecT Brisbane 2010

This Strange Dominant Logic – Decoding Behaviour Under Stress

Leigh, E., Naef, W., & Blakelock, R. (2009) This Strange Dominant Logic – Decoding Behaviour Under Stress SimTecT 2009 - awarded “Best Paper”

Drivers of Resilience and sustainability - Lessons from Long-Living Organisations and Institutions.

Wensler, I., Shimson, G., & Leigh, E. (2008) Drivers of Resilience and sustainability - Lessons from Long-Living Organisations and Institutions. presented at 3rd Global Forum of the Society for Organisational Learning, Muscat, Oman.

‘Losing Control’ . . . Maximising Organisational Benefits Of Learning Through Simulations

Leigh, E., & Rosser, E. (2008) ‘Losing Control’ . . . Maximising Organisational Benefits Of Learning Through Simulations, presented at SimTecT 2008

Learning Design Discussions: a conversation tool

Leigh, E., Myers, W., & Rosser, E. (2007) Learning Design Discussions: a conversation tool. Paper at ASCILITE 2007.

Embedding 'Learning' and 'Capability' in the design phase of simulations.

Leigh, E. (2007) Embedding 'Learning' and 'Capability' in the design phase of simulations. Paper at SimTecT 2007 Brisbane.

Simulation Facilitators As Managers of ‘The Promise Of Simulation’

Leigh, E., Daly, G., & Chatfield, M (2006) Simulation Facilitators As Managers of ‘The Promise Of Simulation’ SimtecT 2006 Melbourne

21st Century Uses of Simulation – Three Basic Influences

Leigh, E. (2006) 21st Century Uses of Simulation – Three Basic Influences. Paper presented at SimTect 2006, Melbourne

A Touchy Subject - “People Factors” In Simulations

Leigh, E. (2003) A Touchy Subject - “People Factors” In Simulations. Paper presented at SimTecT 2003, Adelaide, South Australia.

Playing with Power — Where is the Centre of Control During Simulations and Games?

Leigh, E. (2000) Playing with Power — Where is the Centre of Control During Simulations and Games? Paper presented at ISAGA 2000 Bridging the Information and Knowledge Societies, Tartu, Estonia.

Why Are They Called "War GAMES?"

Leigh, E., & Wilmott, M. (2000) Why Are They Called "War GAMES?" In SimTect 2000 Proceedings. Sydney: SimTect 2000 Organising and Technical Committee.

‘Vigliant Observer': A Role for Facilitators of Games/Simulations

Leigh, E., & Spindler, L. (1998) ‘Vigliant Observer': A Role for Facilitators of Games/Simulations. In J. Geurt, C. Joldersma & E. Roelofs (Eds.), Gaming/Simulation for Policy Development and Organisational Change (pp. 389- 398). Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.