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"The Girl Scout Cookie Indicator of Success – The Ultimate Pipeline for Women’s Leadership and Innovation"

"Girl Scouts is, and has always been, a fast track for success for countless numbers of girls and women." — CommPRO.biz [...read more]

"Lafley Pivots From Builder to Demolition Man as He Shrinks P&G"

Davia Temin shares her thoughts on A.G. Lafley's return to P&G as demolition man vs. builder. “It’s painful to dismantle something you built. Most CEOs I’ve worked with, when faced with this, say ‘I’m a builder, let someone else shrink it,’ but Lafley’s showing he can pivot when that’s what the business demands.” — Bloomberg Business [...read more]

articles line sm "Crisis of the Week: Ice Cream Recall Snags Blue Bell"

Experts chime in on how Blue Bell Creameries is handling the recall of ice cream products linked to a listeria outbreak. “From all their public actions, it does not look as if Blue Bell has sided with their customers–only themselves–breaking a cardinal rule of crisis management." — The Wall Street Journal's Risk and Compliance Journal [...read more]

"Forging Thought Leadership into a Titanium-Strong Marketing Tool"

Davia Temin is interviewed by Dean Rotbart and shares her thoughts on how to forge thought leadership and reputation management into titanium-strong marketing tools. — Monday Morning Radio [...read more]

"Uber Needs A Crash Course In Crisis Management"

Uber is no stranger to PR disasters. Whether it's surge pricing during a hostage crisis in Sydney, accusations of rape by drivers in India or questions over the security of users' data, the start-up has already weathered its fair share of storms. As the company ventures into new services, cities and countries, it will inevitably ruffle some feathers and make more missteps. "The arrogance with which the service is put forth just doesn't jive," said Davia Temin. "They key is being able to disrupt with an attitude of humility, even kindness." — LinkedIn [...read more]

"Staying Ahead of the Game: The Steps to Effective Crisis Communications Planning"

Davia Temin led a webinar on March 11, 2015 sponsored by PR Newswire on steps to effectively plan for and respond to a crisis. — PR Newswire [...read more]

"Crisis of the Week: Williams, NBC Between Iraq and a Hard Place"

Experts were asked to evaluate the statements of both NBC and Brian Williams. Davia Temin shares her thoughts on their response to the crisis: "NBC/Comcast was swift and perfectly on-point in their crisis response to Williams' admission of lying," she said. "NBC hit pause, imposed significant censure and created time for a full investigation. NBC has acted well to protect its own name and begin to restore its now-challenged trustworthy reputation. Not so for Williams." — The Wall Street Journal's Risk and Compliance Journal [...read more]

articles line sm "Why female CEOs are staying quiet on activist investors"

"Chief executives are interested in maintaining both their power and reputation. There would be no benefit in acknowledging your gender. In fact, a lot of detriment could come of that." — Fortune [...read more]

"Reputation and Crisis Expert Davia Temin Named One of 'Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business" by Trust Across America for Third Year'"

Davia Temin has been named for a third consecutive year to the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business by Trust Across America-Trust Around the World. — Yahoo! Finance [...read more]

"Tony Fernandes Managing the Crisis"

Davia appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees on December 29, 2014, speaking about the AsiaAir plane disappearance and how Tony Fernandes is handling the crisis management, especially compared to the Malaysia Airlines disaster that was handled so poorly earlier this year. [...read more]

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