Joseph Frank Bernstein Professor of Management
Research Interests: emotional intelligence, emotions in organizations, micro-organizational behavior, organizational culture, team dynamics senior management teams
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business, 1994; BA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1986
Research and consulting involve the influence of emotions and emotional intelligence on work behavior, organizational culture and change, team behavior, executives and their management teams, the effect of personality on managerial performance, and power and politics in organizations. Has written about emotional contagion in groups, emotional intelligence, the influence of dispositional affect on managerial decision making, the fit between individuals' personalities and other's in their work teams, organizational culture, the escalation of commitment in the banking crisis, and the study of power and emotion in organizational behavior. Sample consultancies include Del Monte, GlaxoSmithKline, Jewish Lifecare Systems, Levi Strauss, Merrill Lynch, NBA - National Basketball Association, Oxford Health Plans, Philadelphia Gas Works, and Wyndham Worldwide.
Academic Positions Held
Wharton: 2003-present. Previous appointment: Yale University
Editorial Board, Administrative Science Quarterly, 1999-present; Editorial Board, Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, July 2007-present; Editorial Board, Organization Science, January 2008-present; Editorial Board, Academy of Management Review, 2002-2008; Judge, Academy of Management Newman Award, 2009; Panelist, OB Junior Faculty Workshop, 2007.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Board Chair, CT Children’s Museum, 1999-2006; Board Member, CT Children's Museum, 1999-2010; Board Member, Adath Israel Pre-school, 2006-2009; Board of Advisors, University of Pennsylvania, Student Federal Credit Union, 2010-2011.