Dan Smith is currently a fourth year PhD student at Claremont Graduate University in positive organizational psychology. Dan’s research interests include the role of feedback in leader development, how leadership develops through a network perspective, the role of self-leadership in the gig economy, and (un)ethical behavior at work. At LeAD Labs, Dan is the data coordinator for the LeAD 360 where he manages data collection for and troubleshoots issues regarding the LeAD 360 for various clients.
Dan is also a lab manager in training, as he assists with ongoing research projects and supports the lab manager and Dr. Reichard in pursuing the lab’s three research streams. Dan graduated from Loyola Marymount University with his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2014. When he is not sitting in the LeAD Labs office at the Org House, he is likely outside running or surfing.