Karin Klenke, PhD

Core Faculty, Dissertation Chair, The Graduate School

Contact:
kklenke@ncu.edu

Area of Expertise:
• Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods
• Legacy and Intergenerational Leadership
• Ethical and Authentic Leadership
• E-leadership
• Women in leadership

Education:
• Ph.D., Old Dominion
• M.S., Old Dominion
• B.S., Old Dominion

Dissertation:
Casual modeling of organizational commitment

Selected Publications:
• Reviewer, Organization Management Journal; Editorial Review Board, International Journal of Mixed Methods Research, Journal of Management, Religion and Spirituality, Leadership, Leadership and Organizational Development Journal and The Qualitative Report
• Women in Leadership: Contextual Dynamics and Boundaries (Emerald Publishing Group, 2011)
• “E-spirituality at the confluence of affect and technology,” Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion (2012)
• “Leadership at the core of corporate social responsibility: a multi-level process model,” International Journal of Leadership (2011)
• “Coaching and leadership fitness: an Adlerian holistic approach to leadership effectiveness,” Leadership Review (2011)
• “Moral failures of exceptional leaders: the case of William Clinton,” International Journal of Leadership (2009)

Selected Professional Experience:
• Senior Principal, Leadership Development Institute International
• Professor and Research Coordinator, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
• External Dissertation Evaluator, University of Pretoria (South Africa)
• Adjunct Faculty, OId Dominion University, Department of Psychology