Jill N. Chiappe is CEO and Principal Consultant for BeCoachable. She interviews and coaches top-level executives for 360° assessments and leadership development programs. She also trains small executive teams to remove any disfunction. These could be communication difficulties, misalignment or ethical problems. Jill has worked with CEOs and C-level executives at top companies since 2001. She has also trained multiple hundreds of corporate team members on key leadership topics such as handling conflicts, increasing production and streamlining teamwork. Jill’s most recent project includes a 12-part course for executives on Influencing Skills.
The existence of gender gap in education is one of the issues that have dominated debates for many years. As it turns out, there are various challenges encountered in recovering this gap. Top among these is the underlying notion that males are mathematically superior. This notion has led to the underrepresentation of girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). For instance, a study done in the UK shows that only 14 percent of women who joined university for the first…Continue
At some point, many internet users have come across what is known as the “Dark Web” or the “Deep Web.” Whether they’re exposed to it directly or passively, people often find themselves roused with interest in this encrypted online world.
This is especially true when the concept of the dark or deep web is being serialized in popular TV shows like CSI Cyber Crimes. But, unfortunately,all these shows portray…Continue
Businesses can make use of social media, as it offers a great tool for enhancing exposure and, in turn, profits. Yet, if you want to reap good rewards from marketing through your social media accounts, there is another side to the coin.
If a hacker is able to break into your social media accounts, it could result in irreparable loss to your business. For instance, hackers…Continue
The key to getting some help is often as simple as realising you need it. You know those moments when the little doubts creep into your self-conscious? It might start with working on the train or coming in early and before you know it you're working an extra hour or two a day and you've forgotten what weekends are for.