Dana Harari
PhD Candidate
Organizational Behavior, Scheller College of Business
Georgia Tech

Related Research Interests

My research interests are focused on why and when individuals engage in prosocial behavior at the workplace. I am mainly interested in those behaviors that are explicitly beyond one’s organizational role, such as corporate volunteering. I seek to understand why individuals choose to engage in these behaviors. I focus on how relationships with others can alter one’s behavior and motivation to do good or bad at the workplace. I apply a positive lens to my research, looking at how good relationships at work influence employee’s meaningfulness, performance, and prosocial behavior.

I am intrigued by how behavior change over time, and how relationships employee’s has lead to changes in behavior, perception, and motivation. Additionally, I research how relationships with others can change one’s perceptions of them.