Qualifications & Institution
PhD, Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, University of London
Jill is an Adjunct Faculty member and Research Fellow at Ashridge, where she is a Professor of Organizational Psychology. The focus of her research and practice is the psychology of assessment, leadership and resilience. She works mainly with clients in international development, central government, professional and financial services, and the health sector. Her core expertise includes consultancy, team coaching and online solutions for assessment and development.
Her previous experience includes senior leadership roles in consultancies attached to the University of Manchester and the Institute of Psychiatry (King's College, University of London). Earlier in her career, she was a university lecturer in southern Africa, where she also founded/worked with a number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs). She is a Trustee Board member of the international development charity, BasicNeeds.
Jill is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with a PhD in Psychology from the Institute of Psychiatry, where her dissertation was in the area of executive selection and career development. In addition to being a fully-qualified psychometric assessment practitioner, she develops online assessments for selection, development and well-being.