Dr Mike Clinton
Mike is currently Lecturer in Work Psychology and HRM, having previously been a Research Fellow and Associate at the Department of Management at KCL since 2002. He completed his PhD in 2009 entitled ‘Exploring the Concept of Employee Uncertainty: Two Studies from the UK’, which followed an MSc in Occupational Psychology from Sheffield University and BSc in Psychology from Leeds University. Prior to joining the Department of Management, Mike was a researcher at the National Nursing Research Unit at King’s.
Mike is part of the HRM, Employment Relations & Organisational Behaviour research group. Mike’s research focuses on the employment relationship and the drivers of employee attitudes, well-being and performance. He has conducted studies in a large number of UK organisations including the NHS, retail banks, Higher Education institutions, the Armed Services, the Equality and Human Rights Commission and the Church of England. He is also the lead academic for the annual State of HR Survey (www.thestateofhr.com).
Mike has expertise in research methodology and statistics. He has run a number of short courses at King’s and the LSE on multivariate statistics and structural equation modelling.
Mike is currently the Principal Investigator on the Experiences of Ministry Surveyand the Patterns of Priestly Practice project .
BSc Business Management
5SSMN223 Human Resource Management
MSc Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis
7SSMM002 - Research Methods in Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis
7SSMM012 - Research Project
Dr Mike Clinton
Lecturer in Work Psychology and HRM
Tel + 44 (0)20 7848 3472