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"It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you will do things differently." — Warren Buffett

 

 

 

 

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Reputation Agenda for Directors: A 20-Point Plan for Boards to Address Reputational Risk — 

 

Download a copy of our whitepaper HERE.

 

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"What Boards Must Know About Social Media" 

 

Is your board aware of the company's social media strategy? Davia Temin discusses what boards need to know about the new social media world.  — The Corporate Board.

 

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"Malala's Wisdom: 14 Quotes From This Inspiring 17-Year-Old Leader" 

 

Malala Yousafzai, a role model for girls, women, boys and men, shared her inspirational story at the Hudson Union Society last week  — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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Davia Temin appeared on Levo League's "Office Hours" on July 8th.

 

To watch the Q&A, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Hackers raid eBay in historic breach, access 145M records" 

 

Davia Temin talks with Josh Lipton about the breach — CNBC.

 

To watch the video, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Eight Management Lessons From the Mishandled NYT Firing" 

 

Davia Temin is quoted on the mishandling of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson's dismissal — Bloomberg.

 

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Nightly Business Report — May 5, 2014" 

 

Davia Temin talks with Tyler Mathisen and Susie Gharib about Target's latest shake-up — Nightly Business Report.

 

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"Greek Recovery Spurred by Innovation and Entrepreneurship" 

 

Davia Temin shares her thoughts on Greece's economic recovery  — ThinkAdvisor.

 

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"Target CEO Ouster Shows New Board Focus on Cyber Attacks" 

 

Davia Temin discusses the risks to CEOs in times of data breach and the response needed — Bloomberg.

 

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"U.S. Department of State Announces New York City Marketing and Reputation Strategist Davia Temin as Delegate to Greece" 

 

 

Davia Temin has been tapped by the U.S. Department of State to serve as a Delegate in the GEP's Entrepreneurship Delegation to Greece.

 

To read the press release, CLICK HERE.

 

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"GM Faces More Tests as Documents Show Culture of Denial" 

 

 

Davia Temin is quoted on what the GM CEO can expect in a crisis of this magnitude  — Bloomberg.

 

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"Mary Barra's Defining Moment: Can GM Become The Next Tylenol?" 

 

Only three months into her CEO stint at General Motors, Maria Barra's defining issue has found her; and it is a crisis that she most certainly did not choose — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Barra Seeks to Distance GM From Old Cost-First Culture" 

 

Davia Temin is quoted regarding GM's awareness of the safety issues  — Bloomberg.

 

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"Barra's review, from those who've been on hot seat" 

 

Davia Temin shares her thoughts on GM CEO Mary Barra's handling of the crisis  — Crain's Detroit Business.

 

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"What Directors Need to Know about Crisis Management" 

 

Davia Temin, Jeffry Powell and Ed Horowitz presented case studies illustrating how a clear crisis management plan can be developed to cope with both known as well as unexpected threats to the organization  — Directors & Boards

 

To listen to the webinarCLICK HERE.

 

To read or download Davia Temin's "Reputation Agenda for Directors: A 20-point Plan for Boards to Address Reputational Risk," CLICK HERE.

 

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"GM’s Barra Saying Sorry Seeks to Limit Fallout on Recall" 

 

Davia Temin is quoted in response to GM CEO Mary Barra's apology  — Bloomberg.

 

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"Should CEOs Tweet?" 

 

To download a copy of our Winter 2014 Newsletter, "Reputation Matters," CLICK HERE.

 

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"The Crisis of Trust and Rebuilding Trust After Crisis" 

 

In this live broadcast, Davia Temin and Charlie Green discuss reputation and trust, disaster recovery and disaster prevention, crisis response and the crisis of trust  — Trust Across America.

 

To listen, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Target CEO opens up about data breach" 

 

Davia Temin weighs in on Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel's interview with CNBC in which he discusses the massive security breach that happened last December — The Washington Post.

 

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"Don't Kill Off Your Website -- Use It As The Hub For Your Social Media Presence: #6 Of '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

There aren’t many places left where organizations can have total control over what is said about them. But corporate websites can still provide a center of control, continuity and clarity of message — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Target's Worst PR Nightmare: 7 Lessons From Target's Well-Meant But Flawed Crisis Response" 

 

Target has become the newest case of how not to respond in a crisis — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Corporate Social Media Savvy: Temin And Company Launches Series Of '10 MORE Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media' On Forbes.com" 

 

Each article in the series answers the question "How do organizations think about communicating to the public now that the public communicates back?" from a different focus.

 

To read the press release, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Don't Think You're Anonymous - Unless You're Really Anonymous: #4 Of '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

We all suspect that there is almost no such thing as privacy anymore, or real anonymity on the Internet. What does this mean for corporations and other organizations? — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Don't Waste Your Time(line) - Maximizing Your Own Viral Potential For Thought Leadership: #3 Of '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

Social media's increasing influence is changing the entire game, compelling profound changes in content and sharing — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Don't Confuse 'Thought Leadership' With 'Branded Content' or 'Native Advertising': #2 Of '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

Is the content your company produces, and posts on social media, thought leadership, branded content, content marketing or native advertising? — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Don't Ignore Your Best Co-Branding Opportunity - Your Employees: #1 Of '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

Employees are a corporation's most important co-branding opportunity — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

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"Introducing '10 More Don'ts Of Corporate Social Media'" 

 

Introducing Davia Temin and Ian Anderson's new series on what not to do to make the very best of corporate social media — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Rebuilding Trust in the Financial Markets" 

 

This chapter by Davia Temin in Trust Inc.: Strategies for Building Your Company's Most Valuable Asset contains a prescription for how to rebuild trust in the financial markets, even after five years.

 

To read the press release, CLICK HERE.

 

To read the chapter, CLICK HERE.

 

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"Leadership Under Attack -- Escalating Crisis And Reputation Challenges In The Age Of Social Media" 

 

Leadership, attack, and how to respond to attack, in order to thrive — Forbes Reputation Matters.

 

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

 

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