Temin and Company is often quoted in print, broadcast and social media on topical issues as well as industry trends.
Following is a list of links to those articles, beginning with the most recent.
T&C Press Release, Reuters, November 1, 2013
"Only 22 percent of Americans trust the financial system. Despite a broad stock market rally since the financial crisis officially ended, public distrust of banks and investment banks has not fully abated," says reputation strategist Davia Temin. "In fact, in some cases, it has deepened."
Ms. Temin's essay, "Rebuilding Trust in the Financial Markets," is featured in Barbara Brooks Kimmel's new book Trust Inc.: Strategies for Building Your Company's Most Valuable Asset, published today. [...read more]
Davia Temin, ABA Banking Journal, September 27, 2013
The financial industry has seen its fair share of crises in the last decades. And clearly, leaders have not always responded correctly. But as leaders not only in the financial sector, but in almost every sector, have come under increasing attack from their angry publics, perhaps it is time to take a fresh look at the leader's conundrum in crisis. [...read more]
HedgeWeek, September 23, 2013
As the ban on hedge fund, private equity fund, and venture capital fund "advertising" is set to lift on Monday, September 23, most funds are wondering if they should take advantage of the opportunity, or sit it out. Of most immediate concern will be whether the chance to advertise, reach out to the media, or otherwise market their expertise will actually help funds repair reputations tarnished during the financial crisis, says financial services reputation expert Davia Temin. [...read more]
Maggie Livingstone, The Chautauquan Daily, July 29, 2013
Keeping up with the growing number of social media websites can be daunting. It's now more important than ever to perfect and groom one's Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Pinterest accounts, among others. Davia Temin addresses these issues - focusing on the interaction between professional life and social media, sharing tips on how the effective use of social media can lead to career success - in her speech on "Writing Your Life on Social Media" at the Chautauqua Women's Club as part of the Professional Women's Network speaker series. [...read more]
Adam Tschorn, The Los Angeles Times, July 28, 2013
The Los Angeles Times explores the expansion of Warby Parker, an online eyewear company, into retail stores. After opening stores in New York City and Boston, it plans to open a third store in Los Angeles in August. In response to its success, "Warby wannabes" have emerged – online retailers which use the brand's name in their own marketing strategies. Davia Temin is quoted on the company's innovative model and recent attempts by other e-commerce startups to co-opt the "Warby Parker" moniker. [...read more]
Davia Temin, Philanthropy New York, June 18, 2013
Crisis is turning into the "new normal" for most organizations and corporations in this post-recession era. And foundations are as vulnerable and prone to crisis as public companies and universities, particularly in the age of social media. In this piece for Philanthropy New York's Smart Assets blog, Davia Temin writes about the recent "crisis case" seminar she led for foundation executives. [...read more]
Marcy Syms and Davia Temin, Agenda, June 10, 2013
Corporate boards are facing crises of a magnitude never before seen, with even the most experienced board directors finding themselves ill-prepared for crisis. Therefore, how boards respond to such events speaks volumes about the character and culture of the organizations they lead. In this Agenda article, Davia Temin – along with co-author Marcy Syms, former CEO of Syms Corporation – outlines several steps boards can take to set the right tone for management and help mitigate risk when crisis hits.
If you'd like to read the full article, please click here (PDF).»
Tyler Mathisen and Susie Gharib, Nightly Business Report, April 4, 2013
Carnival Cruise Lines' unsafe passenger ships, JCPenney's controversial branding revamp and lululemon's product issues, including too-sheer yoga pants – which corporate CEO is handling their reputational crisis properly? Davia Temin discusses the impact a CEO's response can have on investors, customers, and the public at-large. [...read more]