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Crisis Management 1001: Reputation Rehab

Davia Temin, Forbes, August 12, 2010

What happens after the crisis dies down?

What happens to crisis survivors like AIG , Goldman Sachs , Toyota , FEMA or Greece after they fall out of the headlines–or the next big crisis pushes them out? Is it just business as usual? Do their boards, the public, the press and the government just forget about it all?

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What Were They Thinking? Redux

Davia Temin, Forbes, August 9, 2010

Mark Hurd, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, gives CEOs and other public persons just one more reason to think before they make a misstep as he resigns following a sexual harassment investigation. [...read more]

Dare we mandate a gender balance quota?

Davia Temin, Directors & Boards, Third Quarter 2010

Davia writes on the touchy subject of whether or not offices and/or boards should mandate a gender balance quota. [...read more]

Reputation Rehab

Davia Temin, Portfolio.com, April 19, 2010

Davia outlines twelve keys to reputation rehabilitation during and after crisis. She reminds us that, "every organization, large or small, can face a crisis that rocks its very foundation." [...read more]

Rebuilding Reputation

Davia Temin, Citi Global Viewpoints, Spring 2010

Davia writes for Citi's Global Viewpoints on how financial institutions can work to regain what they lost in the 2008 financial crisis from a reputational standpoint: "The task now for financial institutions is to work out how they can address this loss of trust and confidence in a way that will quickly lead to a rebound of trust."

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Rebuilding Reputations, Regaining Trust In a 25/8 World

Temin Client Letter

"The primary goal for those of us who advise on the reputations of organizations and individuals – globally – must be to help the best of them earn and regain public trust, by leveraging the very communications tools that have exacerbated the problems in the first place."

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Handling Crisis: A Tale from Black Monday

James Kristie, Boards At Their Best, April 27, 2009

James Kristie, editor and associate publisher of Directors & Boards (quarterly journal and monthly online newsletter) brings us Davia's "Crisis and Marketing Strategies for 2009: Swimming Naked with the Black Swans" in this blog post. [...read more]

Crisis and Marketing Strategies: Swimming Naked with the Black Swans

Temin Client Letter

Today, as markets, consumers, businesses, governments, and nonprofits continue to reel from the unexpected events that have caught us – as Warren Buffett might say – with our pants down, the question we are all asking is how do we survive this deepening crisis? How do we swim naked with the Black Swans, in tumultuous waters, and keep from drowning?

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Olympic Lessons: True East…or They Do It with Mirrors

Davia Temin, Bulldog Reporter's Daily Dog, August 27, 2008

Davia writes on the way in which China made "their own truth" in the 2008 Olympic Games, and tells us that the truth, in business, is always the better path. Lies may work, however, they are not only morally abhorrent but also the easy way out. The truth is challenging, but its authenticity makes organizations built upon it far stronger. [...read more]

Circling the Square

Brian Pittman, Bulldog Reporter's Daily Dog, June 26, 2008

In this interview, Davia is in the weekly spotlight and gives answers to pressing questions like "What key trends do you think PR practitioners should brace for in the months ahead?" [...read more]

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