reputation

Have to apologize for my lack of blog postings over the past few weeks. I have been traveling and working a lot and finding it hard to muse over reputation. But hope to get the juices flowing again.  Last Sunday’s New York Times article by...

Spent a few days this past week in Kiev at a reputation conference. The gathering was organized by the Ukrainian division of the European PR Congress. Our distinguished colleagues at Weber Shandwick/PRP were involved in the conference and had extended the invitation to me to...

Veteran CBS newscaster Dan Rather's suit against his former employer proves the point that reputations are worth reclaiming and repairing. Rather's esteemed reputation was severely tarnished after he apologized for a controversial 2004 report on President Bush's National Guard service.  In due time, CBS essentially forced Rather...

Just read about a new reputation service that travels with you. We all know about the scores that we get on ebay saying whether we are reputable or not. And if we go to Craigslist or LinkedIn, we might want to make sure that this...

Received a Google alert today mentioning Reputation Rehab. Although it was referring to the television season, I thought it was a worthwhile term to add to my growing list of unusual reputation terms.Technorati Tags:reputation, reputation rehab, GoogleAdd to: Technorati Digg del.icio.us ...

Found myself reading an article today about Intel in the Mercury News. The title was "Intel at Its Best in the Eye of the Storm" by Dean Takahsahi. He was making the point that some companies do best when their backs are against the wall....