I provide a number of specific facilitation and training services

speaking

speaking

I speak, train and facilitate sessions on any aspect that can positively or negatively impact an organization’s reputation.  
training

training

Being an experienced training designer, developer and facilitator, I can design and deliver training courses in support of client reputation management objectives.
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consulting

Because your Reputation Matters, I am available to assist you to build, sustain and protect your hard-earned reputation.

What clients have to say about me

testimonial
“I have enjoyed working with Deon. He is a great trainer and expert in crisis and reputation management. He recently did a public training for me in the China market, all I received is excellent feedback from all the attendees.” Top Qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity Ellen Chan Senior Producer, Marcus Evans, Asia
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“Deon is not only a brilliant strategist and effective practitioner, but he is generous with his time and insights. He shares those insights about reputation management (his expertise) with a large network of appreciative PR professionals (me included). He knows his stuff, and he knows how to “translate” that knowledge so that applies in all English-speaking countries, and not just in his home of South Africa. A great and honest practitioner and a particularly good guy!Ned Barnett Ned Barnett Owner, Barnett Marketing Communications, USA

Reputation at Risk – Does it still matter?

Reputation at Risk – Does it still matter? Yes it does, and latest international research backs this statement. Not only does it back the statement but the research also reveals a struggle to cope with, manage and mitigate this volatile risk. For a long time, the debate has raged on. Is Reputation Risk a Strategic […]

Spotting Signs of Impending Trouble

The recent agreement reached between the Construction Industry and the Competition Commission for collusive tendering got me thinking. (15 construction companies had agreed to pay fines totalling R1.46 billion for collusive tendering). What are the signs of impending and unavoidable doom in our businesses and why do we not see, sense them or hear about […]

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