Basima Tewfik: Studying the social self at work
Tewfik, an assistant professor of work and organization studies, examines the psychology of the social self at work. Her research includes rethinking imposter syndrome as “workplace imposter thoughts” that might actually be beneficial, and examining how to decline requests for help at work. She also examines effective employee and workgroup functioning in the modern workplace.
Julia DiBenigno: Researching how to harness valuable ideas
DiBenigno, SM ’14, PhD ’16, is an assistant professor at Yale School of Management. Her research looks at the sociology of work and occupations, collaboration between professional groups, upward influence and voice, and socialization and culture change in health care and government organizations.
Read the research: how companies can harness ideas and expertise from lower-power employees.