Tue, 18 Oct|
(re)Kindling Connections at Work
with Connie Hadley, Organizational Psychologist, Founder @ The Institute for Life at Work, Lecturer @ Boston University, and Consulting Researcher @ Microsoft Research Lab
Time & Location
18 Oct 2022, 6:00 PM – 6:50 PM GST
About the event
Dr. Constance (Connie) Noonan Hadley is an organizational psychologist and the founder of the Institute for Life at Work. She also serves as a lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business and as a consulting researcher at Microsoft Research Lab.
Dr. Hadley is an expert and well-known speaker on topics such as the future of work, team dynamics, psychological safety, employee loneliness, well-being at work, and inclusive cultures. Her 2021 paper with Mark Mortensen titled “Are Your Team Members Lonely?” won the prestigious Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for the most outstanding MIT Sloan Management Review article on planned change and organizational development.
Dr. Hadley’s research and commentary has been widely published in Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The New York Times, Fortune, Wired, Forbes, and other news and academic outlets.
She holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Harvard University, an MBA in human resource and strategic management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in social psychology from Princeton University.
Previously, she worked in management consulting at McKinsey & Company and in marketing and operations at General Mills, Inc.
Dr. Hadley serves as mentor to many low-income, first generation, students and sits on the Board of Trustees at McLean Hospital, a leader in mental and behavioral health.