How do the tools we use to enhance our leadership change us and how can we avoid their pitfalls?

Nathanael Fast’s research focuses on the tools people use to lead, organize, and influence others. Much of his work examines the determinants and consequences of power and status in groups and organizations, as well as the interpersonal processes that lead people, ideas, and practices to become and stay prominent. He also studies the psychology of social networks as well as the unintended effects of adopting new and emerging technologies.

 

Featured Items

 

UPCOMING CONFERENCE

Psychology of Technology

Nathanael is co-organizing a preconference on the psychology of technology at the SPSP convention to be held in San Antonio, January 2017.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Managing to Stay in the Dark

Managerial self-efficacy, ego-defensiveness, and the aversion to employee voice.

 

PRESS

Best 40-Under-40 Professor

Nathanael is among “The World’s 40 Best B-School Profs Under the Age of 40.”

 

RESEARCH LAB

Hierarchy, Networks, & Technology Lab

Nathanael is the principal investigator at this interdisciplinary research lab.