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The President's Perfect Speech

Reputation Matters, Forbes, May 2, 2011

President Obama's announcement speech for the death of Osama Bin Laden was perfect. The message wasn't hard to deliver – finally, justice has been rendered at the highest levels – but the speech and delivery were perfect too. [...read more]

BREACH...of Trust

Reputation Matters, Forbes, April 29, 2011

What occurred were two major breaches in Japan – one nuclear, the other of trust. How much radiation exposure did the average Japanese citizen receive in those desperate moments and days? Should they have evacuated more widely, sooner? What are the true parameters of the disaster? How does this breach affect the rest of the world? Should parents in North Dakota watch how much milk their babies drink? What about in Indonesia, or in Tokyo? [...read more]

Crisis: The Ultimate Refiner’s Fire

Davia Temin, Industry Today, March 3, 2011

Davia's article for Industry Today, telling us that it has become imperative that organizations learn how to think from the outside during times of crisis, and to approach crisis management and communications in a flawless and strategic manner. [...read more]

Working 25/8: More 'To Dos' Than We Can Get 'To Done'

Davia Temin, Forbes, February 2, 2011

As the founder and CEO of a boutique management consultancy, dedicated to surpassing all others, I find that eight hours a day – or more – must be devoted to exceeding the expectations of each client; eight hours a day – or more – must be devoted to running the company; and eight hours a day – or more – must be devoted to bringing in new business. Sleep, and you wake up behind. [...read more]

Managing Risk by Role-Playing

Chandler Harris, American Banker, February 1, 2011

On CEO Davia Temin's 'crisis games.' In times of crisis, the coolest head often prevails. Davia has devised 'crisis games' which help the executives she works with know exactly what to do when the real thing happens. [...read more]

The reputation ripple effect

Sean Kilcarr, Fleet Owner, January 13, 2011

Last year was remarkable for its series of public gaffes made by CEOs and other leaders that shattered organizations, share price, job tenure, coastlines, and even religious tolerance. This year, we can learn from their mistakes in order to protect our own reputations. In this spirit, Davia gives us a reputation-focused to-do list. [...read more]

The Case of the Missing Talent

Davia Temin, Talent Management, January 8, 2011

The article above considers a fictitious crisis case that could help CEOs focus on the impact a shrinking talent pool could have on their company's performance, share price and survivability. [...read more]

Reputation and Leadership...You Are What You Say

Jack McCalmon, The McCalmon Group, January 6, 2011

This article from the McCalmon Group Uses CEO Davia Temin's 10 ways for leaders to protect their reputation. [...read more]

10 Ways Leaders Can Protect Their Reputations in 2011

Davia Temin, TLNT, January 4, 2011

2010 was a year of turmoil for CEOs. Public gaffes were commonplace and shattered organizations, coastlines, share price, job tenure and even religious tolerance. Culled from her 25 years of work in reputation and crisis management, Davia offers her top "10 Ways Leaders Can Protect Their Reputations in 2011." [...read more]

The Carrot…or the Stick: Keep the Debate over Quotas Going So That the End Goal Becomes More Believable

Davia Temin, Directors & Boards, December 27, 2010

Are quotas necessary to raise the percentage of women on corporate boards? Norway, France, Germany, and more believe so...what about in the United States? Davia says while she believes quotas will never be legislated in the US, both the carrot and the stick are needed to keep the debate over quotas going, so that the end goal becomes more believable.

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