Wayne Baker, Jane Dutton, Ashley Hardin quoted by HBR about personal crisis at work

November 30, 2017

Wayne Baker, Jane Dutton, Ashley Hardin are quoted in the Harvard Business Review article, “What to do when a personal crisis is hurting your professional life.” The article presents strategies for dealing with crisis and cites research by Baker, Dutton, and Hardin.

Baker is Robert P. Thome Professor of Business and Faculty Director of the CPO Consortium. His research interests include energy networks in organizations, generosity and reciprocity, and values.

Dutton is co-founder for the Center for Positive Organizations and Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Emerita Professor of Business Administration and Psychology. She researches the power of positive relationships at work, job crafting, and positive identities.

Hardin is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Washington University’s Olin Business School and former doctoral fellow at the Center for Positive Organizations. Her research interests include interpersonal processes in organizations and how these processes are influenced by aspects of people’s non-work lives spilling into the workplace.