Expectations for Moral Behavior: What we want from ourselves, our leaders, and our organizations (& how we often fall short of these expectations)

Jennifer Jordan, University of Groningen

I will discuss my research on individuals’ expectations for their own moral behavior, as well as what people look for in the moral behavior of their leaders and organizations. I will then discuss the implications of these expectations for individuals’ actual behavior, for leadership, and for how organizations approach social issues (e.g., CSR).


About Jennifer Jordan

Jennifer Jordan (MS, MPhil, PhD Yale University) is a Rosalind Franklin Fellow and associate professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior at the University of Groningen. She previously worked at the Kellogg School of Management and Tuck School of Business. Her research interests primarily include ethics and power.