Dr Karin A. King

Dr Karin A. King

Guest Teacher

Department of Management

Languages
English
Key Expertise
Strategic talent management, Leadership & executive development

About me

Dr. Karin King teaches in the Department of Management of the London School of Economics and Political Science in London. Karin’s teaching focuses on strategic human resource management, leadership, organizational behaviour, negotiations, and strategic rewards in the departments’ Master’s degree programs. Karin’s current research is focused on strategic talent management both at the micro individual level and at the macro national level. 

Karin is also an experienced IHRM and consulting practitioner, having held leadership roles in corporate global human resources and in professional services with responsibility for the design and delivery of consulting projects for clients.

In her ongoing consulting work with leaders and organizations, Karin draws on practical insight from both her professional and academic work to support leaders in their design, implementation, and evaluation of talent management in alignment with business-specific priorities

Teaching and executive development

Awards: 

Teaching Excellence Award Winner, Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science. UK (2019)

Award of Excellence 2016: Highly Commended Manuscript "Global Talent Management", Volume 3, Number 3. Emerald Literati Awards, Journal of Global Mobility 

Best Paper Award, Journal of Global Mobility for the paper entitled “Talent Management in the Business: HR’s Central Role in a Multiple Actor’s Model”, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management(EIASM), Berlin, Germany, 2014. 

Teaching Excellence Award Winner, Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science. UK (2015)

Human Resources Excellence Award, Chartered Professionals in Human Resources, Canada

My research: 

Expertise Details

Strategic talent management; Leadership & executive development; Global human resource management; Strategic human capital; Organisational change