Isa Soares, CNN’s Quest Means Business, September 3, 2021
In an interview with CNN’s Isa Soares about business’s reaction to Texas’ new anti-Choice law, Davia Temin discusses how many companies are waiting to see the reaction of the public before taking a stand.
“Do not underestimate the power of employees….and of customers and of stake holders, shareholders, to affect the positions that corporations will take.”
The actress, who served 11 days in jail after pleading guilty in the Varsity Blues scandal, will star in an ABC comedy as the unlikely owner of a minor league baseball team.
“She’s been truly contrite and regretful, remorseful, about what she did,” said Davia Temin. “She comes out, maybe, with a renewed sense of purpose. That’s something that really works for reputation rehabilitation. Because it’s real.”
Desirée Patno, Know the Rules of the Game, June 17, 2020
We’re no longer in crisis, we’re in chaos. Here are rules to help you lead – yourselves, your family, company, and community – through crisis and chaos, with honor, integrity, and your reputation intact. From one of the most sought-after crisis strategists in the world.
Desirée Patno, host, Know the Rules of the Game Podcast, is joined by Davia Temin to discuss leading through crisis and chaos.
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Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Marketplace, April 23, 2019
Right now, the Trump administration has acting heads at the Defense Department, Homeland Security, the Small Business Administration, and the Office of Management and Budget. By the time you finish reading this story, there could be more. And that’s just the way President Trump likes it, as he told CBS’s “Face the Nation” in February.
“I like ‘acting’ because I can move so quickly,” he said. “It gives me more flexibility.”
It’s the kind of flexibility that’s increasingly on display in the private sector. Intel appointed Robert Swan as interim CEO last June. Last month, Wells Fargo announced that its general counsel, C. Allen Parker, would become interim CEO and president. J. Crew, Comscore and Herbalife have also brought on interim CEOs this year.
Davia Temin coaches interim executives. She says they have a tough job.
“You’ve got the title — almost,” she said. “You’ve got the responsibility — almost. You are acting as if you are the CEO, but when it comes to long-term strategy and planning and action and vision and mission, you don’t have that nod.” […read more]
Davia Temin is featured in this Voice of America Connect story with reporting by Dora Mekouar. In this video she shares the story behind her woman-owned crisis and reputation management firm and the different tools firms and people can use when faced with catastrophe. […read more]
Wanda Wallace, “Out of the Comfort Zone,” Voice America, September 14, 2018
In the era of #MeToo, less and less silence surrounds cases of sexual harassment. Companies and leaders need to know what to do to prevent the problem in the first place as well as how to respond to accusations whether the case can be proven or not. Tune in to hear the experiences and advice from Davia Temin, who counsels boards, companies and leaders on how to manage their reputations especially in times of crisis. […read more]
Yevgeni Zolotorevsky, The Accessible AI Podcast, June 18, 2018
Davia Temin and Bruce Molloy discuss the mission and potential of Springboard; the role of art, music and creativity in AI; near future predictions for AI growth; some insight into linear regression and neural nets in machine learning; advantages of early adoption; the user interface in AI; examples of recent significant problems in AI; generative Adversarial Networks (GANs); self-improving algorithms; how does AI “improve”? How do we know it is for the better?; AI and the job market; tips for entrepreneurs; and more. […read more]
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With turmoil and never-ending drama in the White House, and record numbers of departures from top levels of the Trump Administration, it is safe to say that America is facing a leadership crisis.
This episode’s guest, Davia Temin, looks at how leaders can avoid the mistakes and embarrassment that could ruin their reputation, lead to their downfall and cause their employees and associates great harm.
She speaks from a place of deep experience and passion about the crucial importance of ethics, honesty and diversity, as well as the need for leaders to communicate quickly and clearly, especially in times of crisis. We learn about the do’s and don’ts of crisis communications as well as the benefits of coaching and training. […read more]
Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman, Bloomberg, August 16, 2017
In today’s “Walk the Talk,” Davia Temin, head of the crisis-management firm Temin & Co., reacts to President Donald Trump’s decision to disband two advisory groups of U.S. business leaders. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on “Bloomberg Markets.”