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Fall is here, or at least the end of summer. I have to get back into posting on my blog. So here I am on a sunny Sunday before I dive into some work before Monday morning arrives.I wanted to post about this fantastic interview...

Weber Shandwick’s annual calculation of reputation loss – the “stumble rate” – finds the lowest rate of loss since we began calculating and tracking this rate back in 2010. During 2015, just about one-quarter of the world’s largest companies lost their esteemed status as the...

On top of everything else, CEOs are now the new HR Directors. In a study conducted by Universum, many leaders assign the CEO as primarily talent magnet. CEOs share this responsibility with marketing who help shape the employer brand through communications, social media and customer-facing...

The Global Risk Management Survey by AON is out for 2015. I always look forward to learning what is keeping 1,400 global risk management professionals up at night. This year, damage to reputation/brand is number one, having moved up from number four one year earlier. The...

Just a few bullets that caught my eye over the past few weeks on the topic of reputation.In a wickedly well-written and snarky article in The Economist on CEOs living in glass houses (no kidding), especially in this new social world, a few things stood...

I attended the Council of PR Firms Critical Issues Forum a week or so again. I always enjoy attending because I learn something that sticks with me. The topic was all about Content Frenzy which certainly resonated with the attendees. The panels were stimulating and...

Interesting news came across my alerts yesterday. A private equity company, Catalyst Investors, made a minority equity investment in Reputation Institute.  This news caused a friend of mine, Bruce Rogers, who is the chief insights officer for Forbes and columnist on thought leadership to write, "Reputation management...