Chiara Trombini
Chiara Trombini
Chiara Trombini

Organization and People Management

Chiara Trombini is Lecturer of Organization and People Management at Luiss Business School, where she teaches Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Negotiation at Master, MBA and Executive levels.

Prior to joining Luiss, she worked at INSEAD Singapore and at Harvard Kennedy School.

She has recently received a prestigious international recognition by being named among the “Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors”.

Professor Trombini is an economist by training and earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration and Management from Bocconi University. Her research focuses on how behavioral insights can help us understand and improve employees, leaders, and organizations.

Using a multi-method approach, that includes experiments, experience sampling methodology, and physiological responses, she investigates ways to mitigate cognitive and affective biases in leadership, hiring, performance evaluations, and negotiations. Her work also examines women’s leadership advancement and the role of negotiations in career progression.

She regularly speaks at international conferences, and she been invited to present her work at several institutions in Asia, Australia, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, and the United States. She has been recognized with international academic honors and awards, such as an honorable mention at the APS Researching Injustice and Social Equality Award.

Professor Trombini’s research has been published in leading academic journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, and Information Systems Research.

Her work has also been featured across a range of international media outlets including INSEAD Knowledge, Harvard’s WAPPP Wire, The Bulletin Magazine at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, The European Business Review, and Inc. Magazine (US).

She is a member of the Harvard Business School Club of Italy.

Professor Trombini has been collaborating with multinational corporations in the pharmaceutical, insurance, energy, personal care, automotive, defense and security, and financial sectors.