Evan Bruno is a doctoral candidate at the Darden School of Business in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior department. His research focuses on the effects of leader courage and cowardice in the workplace. Specifically, he examines how various perspectives and contexts drive the (de)motivational impact on followers when they attribute their leader’s action as either courageous or cowardly. More broadly, his research explores the intersection of managerial rhetoric, ethical judgments and perspective in organizations.
- M.B.A.Cornell University2015
- B.A.Amherst College2008