Ph.D., M.S., University of Washington
Leadership and organizational change
Dr. Frost is recognized for his contributions to the leadership and organizational change field. His dissertation, The Effects of Interpersonal Stress on Leadership Effectiveness, contributed to the development of the cognitive resource theory of leadership as well as the use of moderated regression analyses in organizational behavior studies. He has served on more than 50 student committees and was the Institutional Review Board chair at a major state university for two years. His most recent publications and grants focus on emotional intelligence and occupational health psychology, particularly as they relate to innovation and technology management.