Insight Interview with Professor Chiara Giuliani
Ms. Chiara Giuliani is an accredited Lecturer, Teacher and Coach for Business, Marketing, Film and Television. Ms. Giuliani’s experience demonstrates a high level of competency in these fields. Her background as an Actor, Producer, Writer and Marketing Pitch Consultant has taken her across many industries, from large companies to small businesses. Chiara has held a position at the elite MBA Campus of Sydney’s University. She has worked with various institutions and companies including ABC Television, FOX, PWC, Ernst & Young, Screenworld, Vatican Museum, LUISS, Lumsa, Enel, Bank of Italy and private individuals. Chiara’s experience is broad and diverse and was awarded the Trevor Graham Scholarship for Excellence in Film, Television and Radio. Chiara was born in Melbourne and she spent her formative years in Sydney Australia, Dubai, UAE, Tokyo, Japan, New York and Los Angeles. She is currently living and working in Rome, Italy.
1. Rome Business School: How do you organize your daily life and which tools do you use to complete the most challenging activities?
Chiara Giuliani: Setting goals and making to do lists are my biggest triggers in getting things done.
2. Rome Business School: What inspires you about teaching?
Chiara Giuliani: Seeing great results. Not just students learning but finding out months later how far they have come.
3. Rome Business School: What are your top expectations from students?
Chiara Giuliani: A desire to be in the classroom – present and ready to be an asset to the classroom. Bring with them ideas, thoughts and opinion – not just listen and not participate!
4. Rome Business School: What tips can you give to students regarding personal development?
Chiara Giuliani: Learn to be pro-active. Do the homework, do the research – find the answers yourself. Get up in the morning; go for a run and by taking small steps you get to the top of the mountain. Put in the hard work and life will reward you!
5. Rome Business School: If you could require your students to read one thing before they graduate, what would it be and why?
Chiara Giuliani: The Course in Miracles. It is not a religious book as the title may suggest but it is an important book about how to conduct yourself in life!
Everyone knows how to study, how to do homework, how to drive a car, etc. However how to become a real valuable member of society is where life will test you. This is one of those books to read before you hit 30!