Reputation Risk

Reputation risk management is like preventive medicine.  Carried out properly it helps maintain the health of the organisation – driving share value, bottom line, revenues, talent recruitment, staff motivation, and freedom to operate.

But as recent challenges to the reputations of established organisations have shown, many lack the resilience to withstand challenges to their reputation and authority.

This is changing. Boards and executives are increasingly expected to ensure effective reputation risk measures are in place.

Thoughts, Words & Deeds

Recent posts

‘Post Truth’ and the Need for Reputation Resilience

This is a blog post by Rupert Wright, Co-Chairman of Hemington Consulting.  Rupert is a former business editor who has has written […]

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Reputational consequences of a cyber breach – poachers and gamekeepers.

November 5th is a significant date for Parliamentarians, Papists, children up and down the country, and for the neo-Guy-Fawkesian hacking […]

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Thomas Cook Tragedy

Two small children died in 2006, from carbon monoxide poisoning, in a Thomas Cook villa in Corfu.  A human tragedy. […]

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