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24 Jan Reputation of a Noble (Nobel) Prize

"For reputation is a funny thing. Scandal can destroy it overnight, of course, and the foundation’s trustees might fairly argue that their cautious approach has avoided that fate. But reputation can also slip away, unnoticed, as the world’s attention shifts elsewhere." This was a closing quote...

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13 Dec OMG, Millennials Care about their At-Work Reputations

We released a short survey this week that we did with the Institute for PR and KRC Research.  Here is a direct link to the full infographic. We wanted to get a snapshot on whether Millennials and other generations worry about their reputations at work and what they think goes into building a positive one...

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29 Nov Page One

I judge my own reputation oftentimes by where my work on reputation shows up in Google. As we say, Google is not a search engine but a reputation management system. As the holiday weekend is ending, I thought I would spend a few moments typing...

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03 Oct Good company, good target

Have you wondered like me why firms that are good end up being good targets? Is being number 2 easier than being number 1? Maybe so. Fortune calls this the “good company, good target” phenomenon. In short, the more virtuous the company, the more problematic....

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30 Aug Reputacion in Mexico

Just returned from Mexico City where Weber Shandwick opened a new office as part of our LatAm network.  We held a terrific event to officially officially declare that we are open for business! At the spectacular breakfast event, we released our results on CEO and corporate...

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