Daniel Effron

Daniel Effron – Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School

Daniel Effron is a professor of organisational behavior at London Business School. His research centers around ethically questionable behavior – how people permit themselves to behave immorally or how they judge unethical conduct displayed by others – and is published widely within leading scholarly journals, such as Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Early Life and Education

Daniel Effron is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School and specializes in ethical leadership research. His studies explore psychological processes that enable people to justify morally questionable actions; such as why refraining from transgressions in the past allows individuals to justify future transgressions more easily; or whether individuals acknowledge and rectify atrocities committed by national or ethnic groups.

Efron’s breakout performance as Troy Bolton in Disney Channel original film High School Musical (2006) broke cable TV ratings records and received favorable reviews from critics, prompting him to star in its sequels: High School Musical 2 (2007) and 17 Again (2009).

As a hobby, he enjoys golfing, skiing and snowboarding in his free time. Additionally, he fixes up vehicles such as his Delorean and 1965 Mustang convertible – both gifts from his grandfather – in his garage.

Professional Career

Dan Effron uses his free time for golf and fixing up cars–particularly two beloved vehicles belonging to his grandfather: a Delorean and 1965 Mustang convertible that have become treasures over time. Furthermore, he writes original music in his home studio.

Starring in romantic comedies such as 17 Again by Burr Steers (2009) and Kenny Ortega’s High School Musical 2 (2007; which broke cable TV records). Subsequently he became popularly known for portraying Link Larkin in Hairspray (2007) acclaimed Broadway musical film adaptation.

Professor of organisational behavior at London Business School and fellow of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. His research explores psychological processes which allow individuals to act unethically without realising it is wrong.

Achievement and Honors

Professionally, Efron has played a diverse range of characters. He appeared on television series Firefly and ER, made his feature film debut as an autistic twin in Miracle Run (2004) for Lifetime movie, as well as co-starring in High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008) which became both commercially and critically successful.

He has performed as guest conductor in orchestral and opera productions worldwide, published his research in academic journals, and earned him an American Psychological Association Dissertation Award. Additionally, he taught at Kellogg School of Management before earning both a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Stanford University (magna cum laude) and B.A. with Honor from Yale University (magna cum laude). Furthermore, he is honored as an Honorary Fellow at University of Birmingham.

Personal Life

Professor of Organizational Behavior at London Business School. His courses focus on ethics and influence while his research investigates how people can behave unethically without feeling morally wrong; what influences people’s judgement of others’ unethical actions; as well as how people spread and consume false news.

Efron then reprised the role of Troy Bolton for High School Musical 2 (2009) and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016), both major box office hits with rave reviews from critics.

Effron lives in London with his wife and three children, where his work involves “curious wandering at the frontier of knowledge” He credits Harley with encouraging this spirit of curiosity in him.

Net Worth

Daniel Edgar is an entrepreneur who has made quite the name for himself with the reality show Swamp People. An avid fisherman himself, Daniel can often be found spending his free time fishing alongside his family. Daniel has also worked in the seafood industry and as both a business instructor and public speaker.

Zac Efron hosts Down to Earth With Zac Efron, an award-winning series that follows him around different countries learning sustainable living. Additionally, he’s the host of Netflix original series Wildflower as well as numerous other projects in development. Additionally, he’s an in-demand keynote speaker and consultant on talent management topics, helping companies build better talent faster while being part of Forbes Speakers Bureau.

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