Steve King

President. Faculty Associate - Center for Professional and Executive Development at Wisconsin School of Business


Wisconsin School of Business

Steve King is the Executive Director of the Center for Professional and Executive Development for the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Prior to taking this position, Steve held the positions of Vice President of Global Talent Management for Baxter International, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Hewitt Associates, and Chief Learning Officer at Hewitt Associates. Before joining Hewitt, Steve was with the Bank of Montreal’s Institute for Learning—the bank’s corporate university—where he was faculty head for leadership and change. He also held training and management development positions within Caremark and Harris Bank. Steve has an M.A. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a B.A. from the University of Iowa, both in economics.


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