Ethical Reputation

January 14, 2009

Ethical Reputation

I should have mentioned that I received wonderful news that I am very proud of. I do not know if there is protocol for “tooting one’s horn.” But the greater part of this plug is for the work done by Ethisphere. The organization has been mentioned before on my blog when I described their new coalition BELA. Check it out because companies should consider being regularly audited on their ethical compliance to help restore trust in business.
I was included in their 2008 Most Influential People in Business Ethics and part of the description as to why has to do with some of the topics I review on this blog. This made me quite happy in these mostly down times. A good start to the new year does not hurt. Thanks for reading.

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Leslie Gaines-Ross
Leslie Gaines-Ross
lesliegainesross@gmail.com

As Weber Shandwick’s Chief Reputation Strategist, I focus on the ever changing world of reputation. For the past 25 years, I have relentlessly observed, researched and commented on the rise and fall of reputations.

2 Comments
  • Paul Seaman
    Posted at 07:44h, 16 January Reply

    Well done! You should toot your horn. But I would have given you the prize for the most relevant PR book of 2008: “Corporate reputation – 12 Steps to Safeguarding and Recovering Reputation”.

  • Dr. Leslie Gaines-Ross
    Posted at 16:16h, 16 January Reply

    Paul, thanks for the vote. Appreciate. lgr