What Clients Are Saying

“When turmoil rules, go in.” — Lao Tzu

Podcasts »

America’s Leadership Crisis: Davia Temin — How Do We Fix It? podcast with host Richard Davies
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Companies: Crisis and Common Ground — Let's Find Common Ground podcast with hosts Richard Davies and Ashley Milne-Tyte.
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Communicating with Authority and Compassion in Crisis or Opportunity — Voice America’s Out of the Comfort Zone with host Wanda Wallace.
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Leading Through Crisis & Chaos — Know the Rules of the Game® Podcast with host Desiree Patno & Special Guest Davia Temin.
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Temps at the TopMarketplace with Kai Ryssdal.
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You Can Eradicate Sexual Harassment in Your OrganizationMonday Morning Radio.
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Leading in a ‘Me Too’ Era
In the era of #MeToo, leaders need to know what to do to prevent the problem in the first place.
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In our information-driven social media age, we know that truth — as well as lies — can circle the globe at the speed of light. Reputations can be honestly built through years of ethical behavior, insight and inspired leadership — but they can also be toppled  unscrupulously in an instant, weaponized by bad actors seeking to inflict real harm on others.

Temin and Company is an ethically based, socially responsible management consulting firm dedicated to helping clients create, enhance and save their reputations while fighting the misinformation that is clogging our airwaves, and harming our society.

Dedicated to integrity, respect, diversity and excellence, we seek to add immense value to every engagement and every client. Here is what our clients are saying:

Great, great, great

Great, great, great. I have been hearing great things about your work with our CEO.”

—Corporate Board Chair

We wanted to extend a sincere thank you

We wanted to extend a sincere thank you to you for an amazing and eye opening session. The event exceeded all of our objectives and expectations, for our clients and internally.”

—Global Banking SVP

I really needed someone smart as a coach

I really needed someone smart as a coach, who could ‘get’ me. You understand people. It may seem simple, but it’s actually really complicated. You get the code that people pick up, and you see it. You have it all, so it’s really cool.”

   —CEO Candidate