King, K. (2015) 'The promises and tribulations of peer supervision'. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Developments in Doctoral Education & Training, Oxford, 31 March.
King, K. and Hind, P. (2015) 'Action Research: A management development tool for our times'. In Hind, P. (Ed) Management Development that Works, Libri Publishing Ltd
Coleman, G., & King, K. (November, 2015) Action Research as Organisational Intervention: Possibilities and Challenges. Paper presented at the Global Centre for Work Applied Learning, Adelaide.
King, K. & Coleman, G. (2012) The promises and challenges of extended epistemology, UKCGE Conference, April
King, K. (2012) The Challenge of Mutuality, in de Haan, E. & Sills, C. (eds.) Coaching Relationships: The relational coaching field book, Faringdon: Libri Publishing, pp. 55 - 56
Since its launch in 1997, the Ashridge Masters in Organisation Consulting has guided and developed over 250 organisational practitioners. Dr Kathleen King discusses and inquiry into which particular aspects contribute to participants' positive experience, the insights it revealed and what we can learn from it concerning the future of managerial and personal development.
King, K. (2010) Developing consultants and leaders of change for our present, troubled times, 360° The Ashridge Journal, Summer, pp. 30 - 35
King, K. & Higgins, J. (2010) Organisational Consulting @ the Edges of Possibility, Libri publishing, ISBN 978 1907471094
King, K. (2010) Children in the Boardroom, in King, K. & Higgins, J. (eds) . Organisational Consulting @ the Edges of Possibility, ISBN 978 1907471094, Libri Publishing
King, K. (2010) Research from a Relational Paradigm, Qualitative Research in Management and Organization Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, April
King, K. & Ladkin, R. (2009) The Ashridge Doctorate in Organisational Consulting, International Conference on Professional Doctorates, London, November
King, K. (2009) The Magic of AMOC - Ingredients of an impact-full MSc programme, Future of Learning Conference, Ashridge, August
Perry, W., de Haan, E. & King, K. (2007) Action Station, Coaching at Work, November, pp. 44 - 47
Six real case studies written by tutors or graduates of the Ashridge Masters in Organisation Consulting, accompanied by a commentary that provides a thorough exploration and explanation of the research and perspectives that are taught to the growing body of organisation consultants undertaking Ashridge's two-year Masters programme.
Critchley, B., King, K. & Higgins, J. (2007) Organisational Consulting: A Relational Perspective, London, Middlesex University Press, ISBN: 978 1 904750 14 7
King, K. (2006) Towards Relational Consulting, in Critchley, B. & Higgins, J. (eds) The AMOC Fieldbook of Radical Consulting.
King, K. (2005) Relational practice in consulting: balancing "agency" and "communion", University of Bristol, April.
King, K. (2005) Emotion work in Consulting, Tavistock Conference
The following story is about how Kathleen King engaged over two days with the Scottish office of a firm of lawyers. It is based on her reflective diary – a faithful companion on her travels around organisations.
King, K. (2004) It's Good to Talk - Two Days in the Life of a Consultant, Converse, Issue 2, January, p. 7.
The consulting engineering firm, Buro Happold, has grown by 500 per cent in the last five years. Over 25 years it has developed from a five person team of creative engineers in Bath to have offices across the globe. Along the way it has accumulated an array of awards and reputation for innovation. Kathleen King interviews Padraic Kelly, the firm’s managing partner.
King, K. (2002) Engineering: Balancing Order and Chaos, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, Summer, pp 14-17.
King, K. (1995) Leadership, guide for BSc in Management, Royal College of Nursing