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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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"Between Cosby and Kavanaugh -- 810 High-Profile Public Figures Accused of Sexual Harassment" 

"Every sector has been affected," says Davia Temin, "and leaders — CEOs and board directors – are looking for insight on why, why now, and how we can address the reputational risk of toxic workplace cultures." — PR Newswire

To read the press release, CLICK HERE.

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"Leading in a 'MeToo' Era" 

In the era of #MeToo, less and less silence surrounds cases of sexual harassment. Davia Temin joins Wanda Wallace on "Out of the Comfort Zone" to discuss what companies and leaders need to know in order to prevent the problem in the first place as well as how to respond to accusations whether the case can be proven or not. — Voice America

To listen to or download the episode, CLICK HERE.

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"How Should Men Accused of #MeToo Offenses Respond?" 

"What would have happened last year if—upon hearing of Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment debacle and forced exit from the company he created—CBS CEO Les Moonves had decided to take a radically different path?" Davia Temin offers suggestions on how those accused of #metoo offenses, who know that they—and their organizations—are seriously at risk, might respond. — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Les Moonves Makes No. 700 On The #MeToo Index (And Jeff Fager Is 701)" 

"Just in case any of us thought that the #MeToo phenomenon was a flash in the pan, the ouster of CBS CEO Les Moonves and 60 Minutes Executive Producer Jeff Faber, the latest high-profile public figures to be felled as the movement continues, has proven otherwise." — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Leadership in Crisis from Facebook to CBS — How Boards Can Effectively Address Reputational Risk."

— at the WomenCorporateDirectors Philadelphia Chapter Event on September 11, 2018

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"From Pot Podcasts to Taboo Tesla Tweets, Musk’s Antics Continue" 

"There have always been "force-of-nature" CEOs," says Davia Temin. "As a society, we tend to revere them, as much for their sins as for their sainthood. But, as directors, we are plunged into a conundrum. How much leeway do we give them, and when do we need to pull in the reigns?" — Directors & Boards.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Money managers get caught up in #MeToo movement" 

"Weinstein was the game changer," said Davia Temin. "Pension funds and other institutional investors aren't going to invest — or remain invested — with money managers with reputational issues. Negative publicity is a huge deterrent." — Pensions & Investments.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Moonves Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations" 

"We are so much at the tip of this iceberg. There is so much underneath the surface at this point, that there is a long way to go. And I think boards know that, I think corporate boards know that. I think that's why they're so fixed on looking at culture now and toxic culture and all the other stuff because they know what the viability is." — Quest Means Business.

To read the transcript, CLICK HERE.

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"California to Mandate Gender Diversity in the Boardroom" 

"I do think there is a great pipeline for women directors – and a full pipeline for women directors that exist already," said Davia Temin. "So I think that should this law be on the books, they will find some great people to populate the director ranks." — CyberVista.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"The need for sleep: Elon Musk and the perils of working around the clock" 

While founder-driven companies typically have a sense of urgency to succeed, there is a fine line between achieving those goals and fostering an "over-stressed mania," said Davia Temin — BNN Bloomberg.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"The troubling case of Asia Argento, Jimmy Bennett and the #MeToo movement" 

"It’s a man-bites-dog story, and it’s an anomaly in a serious and profound movement forward," said Davia Temin — Los Angeles Times.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Les Moonves, The Most Powerful CEO To Face #MeToo, Is Winning. So Far." 

For all the hype about how the Me Too movement is taking down powerful men, nearly a third of the most high-profile executives and celebrities accused of misconduct since 2015 haven’t lost their jobs, according to data compiled by New York crisis consulting firm Temin & Co. — Huffington Post.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#MeToo Snares More Than 400 High-Profile People" 

"It started to become a tsunami, certainly after Weinstein, and it sparked other stories in the same industry and then across all industries," said Davia Temin — Bloomberg.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#The big picture: #MeToo has exposed hundreds of high-profile people " 

While #MeToo isn't dominating headlines the way it was last year, the movement has still been at work behind the scenes. Davia Temin, whose firm Temin & Co. conducted the study cited by Bloomberg, said that while the accusation rate "has been slowing ... the percentage of people being fired has increased." — Axios.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Hundreds of Business Leaders Face Accusations in #MeToo Movement" 

A new reports finds the #MeToo movement over the last 18 months has opened the door to allegations against 417 high-profile employees and corporate executives. And while the rate of accusations has slowed recently, the percentage of individuals fired has increased. “I think it’s settled into a new plateau, but it is certainly higher than we’ve ever had before,” said Davia Temin. — NACD Weekend Reader.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"BankThink How to save a bank's reputation" 

From #MeToo to lending to gunmakers, from compliance issues to cyberhacks, from questionable marketing practices to persistent gender inequality — political, economic, and social issues are all directly impacting bank operations and reputations like never before. In this article, Davia Temin shares five ways to assess your exposure. — American Banker.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#MeToo by the Numbers: 379 High-Profile People Accused Since Harvey Weinstein" 

Just 38 high-profile people were accused of sexual misconduct or other similar misdeeds from Dec. 2015 until the Weinstein accusations became public. But after Weinstein came the #MeToo movement, and a wave of women coming forward to report abuse. "We can see it was not the Cosby issue," said Davia Temin. "It was absolutely Weinstein." — TheWrap.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Netflix, Intel ousters show companies are moving fast to tackle exec misconduct" 

"Companies are looking at a new set of best practices," said Davia Temin. "The old set would have been to close your eyes, ignore it and hope it goes away or that no one notices." — MarketWatch.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Companies Caught Up in Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy See Big Risks" 

Actions matter rather than words in an issue fraught with such emotion, said Davia Temin. "Anyone associated with this government action is at risk of reputational damage, serious reputational damage."" — The Wall Street Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Intel CEO Krzanich Resigns Over Relationship With Employee" 

The rise of the #MeToo movement has companies hewing closely to policies on both sexual harassment and consensual relationships, especially for business leaders, said Davia Temin. "There's a new level of rigor that says if something is on the books, it needs to be upheld and not ignored." — The Wall Street Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Scrutiny of CEOs’ Personal Lives Rises in #MeToo Era" 

Corporate missteps can go viral fast, thanks to cellphone cameras, social media and apps and websites like Glassdoor and Blind where employees can anonymously share feedback. "It's much less easy to have secrets," said Davia Temin. "Organizations are more porous." — The Wall Street Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Uber’s Founder/CEO Got Too Much Deference From the Board, Says Former A.G." 

"It used to be that the board might either tolerate bad behavior, or publicly support a CEO while privately chastising him relentlessly. Regardless, he or she would stay," said Davia Temin. "More recently, however, given the outsized attention to serious CEO misbehavior, boards really have little choice—they must react, and act, quickly and decisively." — Chief Executive.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Maxine Waters, Donald Trump, #MeToo Stats: Broadsheet June 26" 

A new report finds that the #MeToo movement has so far ousted at least 417 high-profile people. "The eagle eyes are out for this," said Davia Temin, whose firm Temin and Co. did the research. "Women understand a little better their collective power, and they’re using it." — Fortune The Broadsheet.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Melania Trump Jacket, Brian Krzanich Intel, Instagram Grandmas: Broadsheet June 22" 

While some companies might have once been willing to overlook such transgressions—even when the rules were clear—those days are over, said Davia Temin. "There’s a new level of rigor that says if something is on the books, it needs to be upheld and not ignored." — Fortune The Broadsheet.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#MeToo movement generates 417 harassment charges in companies, says consultancy" 

A survey carried out by Temin and Company identified the case of Weinstein as the main factor that led to the accusations against executives and employees. "We wanted to know if the trigger for the charges had been Bill Cosby or, more recently, Harvey Weinstein", says Davia Temin. — Folha de S.Paolo.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#MeToo has accused more than 400 prominent execs and employees of sexual misconduct" 

At least 414 high up executives and employees across a number of industries have been accused of sexual misconduct through the #MeToo movement in the past 18 months, according to data from Temin and Company, a New York-based crisis consulting firm. Only seven of the 414 accused are women. — Moneyish.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Leadership in AI Space — Davia Temin & Bruce Molloy" 

Davia Temin and Bruce Molloy share insights into linear regression and neural nets in machine learning, near future predictions for AI growth, AI and the job market, tips for entrepreneurs, advantages for early adoption, and more. — The Accessible AI Podcast.

To listen to the podcast, CLICK HERE.

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"Crisis of the Week: Gynecologist’s Actions Bring Down USC’s President" 

"USC’s formal responses…ring curiously hollow," said Davia Temin. "No crisis response needs to be more emotionally resonant, believable, and true than from a college or university. After all, the crisis almost always has something to do with young people, whose welfare the school is entrusted with protecting." — The Wall Street Journal's Risk & Compliance Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Tax-Law Typo Risks Bankrupting #MeToo Victims Without GOP Fix" 

So far, about 300 executives and other high profile leaders, mostly men, have been accused of sexual harassment or other improper behavior related to the so-called #MeToo movement. That doesn’t include actions taken that weren’t made public. — Bloomberg

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"You Can Eradicate Sexual Harassment in Your Organization" 

Dean Rotbart invited back one of his most popular all-time guests, Davia Temin, to talk about a very hot button issue in America at the moment: Sexual harassment. — Monday Morning Radio

To listen to the interview, CLICK HERE.

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"5/31/18: Ambien, Roseanne and company reputation" 

"At this moment, characterized by the public degradation of morals, decency and public discourse, more and more companies are becoming the adults in the room," says Davia Temin. "Starbucks, ABC, Sanofi and Merck are all doing the right things publicly — some after gaffes and some only in reaction to them." — Directors & Boards

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Why You Should Serve on a Board Now" 

Women board members and executives are the best assurance against a "wink-wink, nod-nod" culture, as Davia Temin puts it. Boards also need women because "some of the smartest and most thoughtful governance is being done by companies that have more women on their boards." — Robb Report's Muse

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"The 'Roseanne' reaction: What protections does the First Amendment actually afford?" 

"I believe in the comeback," said Davia Temin. "This is America. We all do. Roseanne is not coming back. This tweet was egregious enough, there's no coming back from that." — MPR News

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Paying for Trump Access Backfires Against Boards" 

Companies — and boards by extension — have faced questions about flat-footed responses to the payments' disclosures, and why the companies made internal changes only after the payments were made public. "These companies tended to get their responses correct the second time, not the first," explains Davia Temin. "By now, you’d think they’d get it right the first time. Own it, apologize, put in fixes and then move forward quickly." — Agenda

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"How The Reputation Risk Of #MeToo Is Forcing Businesses To Reevaluate Their Corporate Culture" —

Real #MeToo incidents in the workplace aren't happening in a vacuum. Whether they are the most egregious examples of sexual harassment and abuse, or more subtle acts of unconscious bias, they all happen within a culture that somehow sanctions them. That is why the reputational risks of #MeToo, as well as escalating global calls for gender equity, are sparking a whole new examination of corporate and organizational culture. — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Elon Musk got bored — and shareholders took the hit" 

Elon Musk may have said what many frustrated chief executives dream of saying in response to financial analysts' wordy questions: You're boring. Your questions are dull. Next. But that doesn't mean they say it. Even if Musk is known for his unconventional approach, that doesn't mean he has to be that way in every circumstance, said Davia Temin. "If your personal brand is as an iconoclast, there’s a tendency to want to be seen as an iconoclast on everything, but that’s not what really works." — The Washington Post

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Boy Scouts to Drop ‘Boy’ From Name of Main Scouting Program" 

The Boy Scouts of America is changing the name of its marquee scouting program to reflect last fall’s historic decision to include girls. The rebranding sets the century-old organization in direct competition with the Girl Scouts of the USA for a membership base that has been dwindling for decades. Girl Scout alumna and volunteer Davia Temin said the organization must fight back aggressively against attempts to poach members. "They are executing on a hostile takeover, not just for the organization, for the girls of America." — The Wall Street Journal

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"#MeToo Now Means Business" 

A brand admired for its women’s empowerment messages, diversity and corporate social responsibility has just delivered a cautionary tale of leaders contradicting the corporate line. Over the past month, the company has fired half a dozen male senior executives for "conduct inconsistent with Nike’s core values and against our code of conduct." Nike will now be in full crisis mode and will want to proactively execute the 15-point plan laid out by crisis management expert Davia Temin. — Forbes #BigBusiness

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Hawaii’s Investment Chief Got Fired. Then the Gossip Started." 

Everything you’ve heard about the disaster at Hawaii’s pension fund is wrong — except the disaster part. CIO Vijoy Chattergy was blindsided when he was told by his bosses that Monday that he was done, effective immediately. ERS executive director Thomas Williams initially refused to discuss the situation, though ultimately he notified the staff by email. Williams said what an organization’s leader should after executive upheaval, according to crisis PR consultant Davia Temin. He just did it a month too late. — Institutional Investor

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"CMO Today: Omnicom’s Clients Unbunde Digital Buys; Starbucks Shuts Stores For Racial-Bias Training; YouTube Addresses Creators" 

Starbucks made headlines after finding itself at the receiving end of a backlash when two black men were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia location. In response, they announced they will close all their company-owned U.S. stores for racial-bias training. "Starbucks is defining a new level of seriousness in crisis response," said Davia Temin. "It is a unique step—not one right out of some PR playbook—that both feels and appears to be honest and real." — The Wall Street Journal's CMO Today

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"How Did Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Do? Crisis-Management Experts Weigh In" 

"I think he gets an A-plus, considering where he started," said Davia Temin. "He took responsibility for the mistakes he made. He stood up to the criticism and he didn't deny it. What would infuriate the American people would be to deflect it, to seem holier than thou. He didn't go that route." — The Wall Street Journal

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"How Mark Zuckerberg can prep to be Congress's 'whipping boy'" 

Zuckerberg might draw lessons from previous CEO flameouts and triumphs. General Motors CEO Mary Barra survived a bruising testimony in 2014 about the ignition-switch recall, and remains in her executive role to this day. "She's the model of how to take responsibility, how to be authentic, to be real, to not shirk [the scandal]," said Davia Temin. — CBC News

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"America's Leadership Crisis: Davia Temin" 

This episode looks at how leaders can avoid the mistakes and embarrassment that could ruin their reputation, lead to their downfall and cause their employees and associates great harm. — How Do We Fix It?

To listen to the podcast, CLICK HERE.

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"Best Board Practices in Managing Reputational Risk" 

Davia Temin and Darcy Howe share best practices for boards who are more involved in managing reputational risk than ever before. — Risk & Compliance.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Zuckerberg built an instant gratification machine — but took his time addressing the trouble it’s caused" 

"The higher the stakes, the quicker you want to plant your flag," Davia Temin said. "And these stakes are arguably the highest of any crisis we’ve seen in a long time for a corporation." — Washington Post.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"What Mark Zuckerberg Should Have Said" —

Facebook is far, far more powerful than any of us — even they, even Mark Zuckerberg — ever thought. And with such awesome power comes awesome responsibility. This week, Facebook shirked that responsibility through its terribly late and insufficient response to the Cambridge Analytica data hijacking scandal. In this article, Davia Temin shares how Mark Zuckerberg should have responded to the crisis. — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Opinion: Facebook’s Zuckerberg had 15 minutes to respond to privacy crisis — he took four days" 

"Information and misinformation now travel at the speed of light around the world through the internet," said Davia Temin. "In this kind of environment, to address any kind of a problem, if you don’t do it, somebody else will." — MarketWatch.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Nike Scandal Threatens Its Image With Women at Tumultuous Time" 

Unlike some other businesses caught up in the #MeToo movement -- a push to improve treatment of women, especially in the workplace -- Nike has marketed itself as a champion of female empowerment, said Davia Temin. Anything that undercuts that image could be a brand killer. — Bloomberg.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Institutional investors eye gun control" 

"All of a sudden on both issues we’ve reached a tipping point on sentiment, with what’s happened on social media showing that the public’s mood is changing," says Davia Temin. "So the real exposure here is for boards to understand the values of their customer base and their core audience, and have their own set of values to live up to. The people who think they can just rearrange the deckchairs on the Titanic are in denial as to how serious this public reevaluation of issues is." — IR Magazine.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Crisis of the Week: Harassment Claims Cost Wynn Resorts its Leader" 

"Wynn Resorts' and Steve Wynn's responses…are par for the course among organizations that choose to defend themselves and not admit wrongdoing publicly," said Davia Temin. "The exact same statements could be made by guilty and innocent alike." — The Wall Street Journal's Risk & Compliance Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Investor Focus Shifts to Gender Pay Equity" 

Boards should take a strong, diagnostic look at pay structures separately from other issues, says Davia Temin. The board needs to ask for information directly from management to better understand the magnitude of any equality, cultural or harassment issues regarding gender, including pay, and come up with a firm strategy to address them. — Agenda.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"How boards and CEOs can prevent workplace sexual harassment" 

Davia Temin, president and CEO of Temin and Company, joined BNN to discuss how companies can fix and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. — BNN.

To watch the interview, CLICK HERE.

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"A 15-Point Plan For Boards And CEOs To Eradicate Sexual Harassment In Their Organizations" 

As organizations wait for the next wave in the tsunami of sexual abuse charges that is rocking American business, board directors and C-suite executives are not only fixated on understanding their risk exposure, but on what they can do to get ahead of the issue. In this article, Davia Temin shares an actionable, easy-to-execute 15-point game plan for boards and executives. — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"NBC Fires Top Morning Show Host" 

U.S. TV anchor, Matt Lauer, was fired by NBC news after a complaint about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace."It's about time," says Davia Temin. "Finally, finally, through some conglomeration of social media, more women around, finally it is being taken seriously, and not a wink, wink, nod, nod." — CNN Money | Quest Means Business.

To read the transcript, CLICK HERE.

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"Halperin Scandal Adds to List of Harassment Concerns" 

Weinstein. O'Reilly. Halperin. How should companies change after these harassment scandals? Richard Quest sits down with crisis advisor Davia Temin. — CNN Money | Quest Means Business.

To watch the interview, CLICK HERE.

To read the transcript, CLICK HERE.

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"Managing Crisis in an Era of Disruption" 

Crisis Strategist Davia Temin discussed topics ranging from global politics and instability, to corporate board and C-suite priorities and intrigue, to the crises faced by our nation's top colleges and universities and answered questions about how to lead with integrity and efficacy through whatever crisis comes your way. — Business for America.

To watch the video, CLICK HERE.

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"How Boards Should Handle a CEO Scandal" 

"It used to be that a founding CEO could be excused all manner of misbehavior by his or her board, as long as it was kept quiet and the bottom line was not negatively impacted," says Davia Temin. "More recently, however, given the outsized attention to serious CEO misbehavior, boards really have little choice—they must react, and act, quickly and decisively." — Chief Executive.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"CEOs Rethink Alliances With White House" 

"This is one of the toughest times for the consciences of corporate boards and corporate CEOs," said Davia Temin [who] said she expects more leaders to resign their advisory posts. — The Wall Street Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"2017 Women of Power & Influence Awards" 

Davia Temin was recognized by the National Organization of Women (NOW) at NOW-NYC's "Women of Power & Influence Awards" annual gala on June 13, 2017. The event honors exemplary women who have boldly forged their way to the top of their industries, breaking barriers along the way, and earning the title of pioneer and role model.

To learn more, CLICK HERE.

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"Navigating the United PR crisis" 

Media and reputation strategist Davia Temin urges United to "do some deep examination" following outcry over removal of passenger from flight. — CNN.

To watch the interview, CLICK HERE.

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"Trust Across America Announces 2017 Top Thought Leaders and Lifetime Achievement Honorees" 

Davia Temin has been honored with Trust Across America-Trust Around the World's Lifetime Achievement Award and for the fifth consecutive year has been named one of 2017's "Top Thought Leaders in Trust." 

To read the announcement, CLICK HERE.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"10 Leadership Blind Spots That Can Trigger Business Crises In 2017" 

"When you look closely at what triggers crises in organizations, you often see that there is a major leadership oversight or blind spot that has allowed the crisis to exist in the first place – and then grow, unrecognized, until it’s too late," says Davia Temin. "As businesses look toward the coming year, here is a deeper dive into common crisis triggers, so that management teams and boards can recognize hidden risks and danger zones within their organizations." — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"CWLC 2016: This is What Leadership Looks Like" 

Davia Temin spoke at Columbia University's third annual Women's Leadership Conference on October 29, 2016, where they examined the changing face of leadership and explored how each woman can be empowered to lead in her own way.

To learn more, CLICK HERE.

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"The Morning Risk Report: A Crisis Plan Only Takes You So Far" 

Every organization needs a crisis-response plan, but those plans won’t address every situation "You need a crisis plan, but it would be a huge mistake to think you will follow it," says Davia Temin. — The Wall Street Journal's Risk & Compliance Journal.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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On May 11th, Davia Temin moderated the opening session

"The Board’s Role in a Crisis"

at The Private Company Governance Summit in Washington, DC. This session focused on the board and its role in crisis communications and actions for the privately held company—establishing a crisis plan, communicating with shareholders, employees, community and customers, and overseeing the company’s path to putting the crisis behind before permanent damage is done.

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"What They're Saying About You When You're Not In The Room -- And What You Can Do To Influence It" 

"The biggest decisions about your career are often made when you're not in the room. Whether it's a decision about if you'll be hired, promoted, or fired; whether you are put forth by a headhunter to a selection committee and then asked to join a corporate board or become a university trustee; whether you make Managing Director or are passed over; are awarded tenure; or offered the CEO slot, your professional fate is often determined in closed rooms where people are talking about – and evaluating – you, without the benefit of your input." — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"Resilience -- New Research Helps Us Bounce Back Quicker, Better From Life's Trials And Tragedies" 

"Resilience has been the Holy Grail for those individuals or organizations that have gone through crisis and adversity and want, literally, to 'get their lives back.' But while it has always been known that some people, and some organizations, recover better than others, new brain and behavioral research is now shedding some light on why." — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"You Have 15 Minutes To Respond To A Crisis: A Checklist of Do's And Don'ts" 

"When a crisis hits, how you respond in the first 15 minutes can make or break your organization – and your reputation." Read Davia Temin's list for leaders of “Do’s” and “Don’ts” in the first 15 minutes of any crisis. — Forbes Reputation Matters.

To read the article, CLICK HERE.

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"The Role Of Boards In Crisis: 10 Steps For Directors Before, During And After Crisis" 

"We see it every day in our headlines: as crisis has become a new global norm, the board’s responsibility in crisis is changing rapidly.” — Forbes Reputation Matters.

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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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"Resource List for Corporate and Personal Branding on Social Media" 

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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.

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