Related Research Interests
My research program is centered on the emotional and interpersonal experiences of people at work. I have studied people in emotionally-charged occupations and how they leaned on their coworkers to cope, commiserate, and celebrate together. I have also looked at the role of affect and relationships in building resilience and effective decision-making in crisis situations (including the Covid-19 pandemic). In upcoming research, I will continue to examine the antecedents and consequences of positive relationships at work, particularly in teams. For example, I am currently studying the role of virtual socializing in facilitating team cohesion and reducing workplace loneliness.
- Perlow, L. A, Hadley, C. N., & Onelio, L. (2020). Crafting Your Life Simulation. Harvard Business Publishing. https://hbsp.harvard.edu/product/7210-HTM-ENG
- Mortensen, M., & Hadley, C. N. (2020, May 22). How to prepare your virtual teams for the long haul. Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2020/05/how-to-prepare-your-virtual-teams-for-the-long-haul
- Mortensen, M., & Hadley, C. N. (2020, May). “Life under Covid-19” survey and results report: https://www.covidcoping.org/life-under-covid-19-study.html
- Hadley, C. N. (2020). Virtual socializing in globally dispersed teams. Article in development.
- Perlow, L. A., Hadley, C. N., & Eun, E. (2017). Stop the meeting madness. Harvard Business Review, 95(4), 62-69.
- Sommer, S. A., Howell, J. M., & Hadley, C. N. (2016). Keeping positive and building strength: The role of affect and team leadership in developing resilience during an organizational crisis. Group & Organization Management, 41(2), 172-202.
- Hadley, C. N. (2014). Emotional roulette? Symmetrical and asymmetrical emotion regulation outcomes from coworker interactions about positive and negative work events. Human Relations, 67(9), 1073-1094.