Nicky Kinsey is a Lecturer (Teaching & Scholarship) in the Marketing Department with a specialism in Employment and Professional Developmet in 2019. Prior to this position, she worked within the department organising internal and external events and student opportunities. Her interests lie in team dynamics, leadership and emotional intelligence. Her research interests centre around entrepreneurial competencies. Her role requires a great deal of networking and collaborating with international employers, UK businesses and Marketing Industry professionals. Before commencing her work in LUBS, she had a career in international and UK primary education. Nicky is passionate about preparing students to become global marketing professionals.
- Module Leader at UG and PG level
- Coordinator with CIM
- Head of Year UG
A consistent theme running through Nicky’s research is work-readiness competencies. These competencies can be in relation to entrepreneurial competence, more general employment competencies including cultural competence or industry related – considering the specific tasks and skills associaed with the Marketing profession. She is also interested in more neuanced resarch around intractable conflict diversity relating to start-ups combinin g her interest in entrepreneurship and cultural diversity. Finally, Nikcy is interested in advancing pedagogical research and looking to bring her research ti the classroom in order to develop students capabilities further. She is currently looking at inner feedback and how this can be developed by students studying at undergrduate level.
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
- MA Educational Leadership, Roehampton University
- BA (Hons) Primary Education, York St John University
- American Marketing Association
- Chartered Association of Business Schools
- Chartered Institute of Marketing
- The Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services
- Teaching at UG level in the areas of Professional and Academic Skills
- Teaching at PG level in the area of Professional Skills
- Coordinating additional opportunities