PhD Student, Management & Organizations
Lyndon’s research interests involve analyzing the social construction of relational dynamics, leadership behavior, meaningfulness, and organizational routines. He is interested in authenticity as it relates to relationships and identity in the workplace. To explore these issues, He primarily draws on qualitative methods paired with micro-level analysis (eg. conversation analysis) to capture subtle behaviors as they emerge through interaction and constitute social structure. His current research relating to Positive Organizational Scholarship is with Gretchen Spretizer looking at how independent workers create a sense of community in co-working spaces, and how these communities enable independent workers to thrive.