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Gosh, it’s been a while since I posted. It’s been a nonstop quarter and I feel like I can breathe this weekend. So I thought I’d mention a few things that have been on my radar reputation-wise.First, Harris Poll RQ released their 2017 corporate reputation...

Here are three recent pieces reflecting on CEO activism since the president's executive order on immigration. One I wrote for HBR and the other two are full of compelling arguments about whether CEOs should speak up or not, should be on the president's advisory council or not....

CEOs are taking their jobs as chief recruitment officers seriously. An article in this week’s WSJ described how CEOs are spending more time on campus grounds. The lead example was from Cargill’s CEO who literally calls candidates to seal the deal. The CEO, David MacLennan,...

What can business do to improve its reputation? Let’s face it, this election year has not been kind to business’s image. Anti-establishment rhetoric dominated both parties and the target was not just the political but the business establishment as well.To improve the standing of business,...

Reputation Institute recently released a study on reputation risk. They looked at 154 companies across seven industries, accounting for more than 100,000 ratings across five major global markets, to ascertain the most common risks. The six top reputation risks are:Product defects/recalls Turnover of talent,...

As I was preparing for a recent presentation on trends in the corporate world, I came across this quote from Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. The article was about how he showed up in Rufus King Park in Jamaica, Queens with rapper Common to nudge...