I delivered a 2 – hour presentation on Commercial and Reputational Diligence today at the Mitsubishi Corporation’s annual conference in Sandton.

The conference was attended by delegates from 11 African offices.

The content was well received and the key takeways I shared included the importance of doing your homework and including both tangible and intangibles when doing diligence.

Date: November 23, 2018
Appearance: Presentation at the Mitsubishi Corporation – Annual Africa Conference
Outlet: Mitsubishi Corporation Head Office
Location: Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa
Format: Other

I am proud to announce that I will deliver a keynote on How to Protect Reputation on Day 2 of the BCI World Conference and Exhibition 2017, 7th & 8th November 2017, Novotel London West, UK.

In my keynote, I will unpack for the audience not only WHY Reputation is a company’s most precious asset and most dangerous risk, but share some real lessons on WHY this asset must be protected at all cost.

The BCI World Conference & Exhibition is an absolute must-attend event for any Business Continuity or Resilience professional.

BCIWorld is organized by the Business Continuity Institute. Established in 1994, the BCI has established itself as the leading membership and certifying organization for Business Continuity professionals worldwide.

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Date: November 8, 2017
Time: 10.00 - 10.30 a,m.
Appearance: How to Protect Reputation Keynote in London
Outlet: Novotel London West Hotel
Location: London, UK
Format: Other

I am proud to announce that I will facilitate a Crisis Management Workshop on the 7th November at the BCI World Conference and Exhibition in London.

All organizations, businesses and companies are at risk of a crisis situation and crises are a part of doing business. Handled well, they demonstrate to a company’s stakeholders that the business puts people before profits, truth before denial and spin. When a crisis is handled poorly, it can escalate to a point of no return.

What a company says and how it reacts and respond in a crisis will either instil confidence and trust or irreparably damage relationships and business dealings. This is key in an interconnected world, where companies have to respond to the perceptual and reality challenges that a crisis brings in real-time. A 24 hour – always-on news world.

Regardless of a businesses’ size, reputation or industry, crises cause immense pressure threatening a company’s reputation and its ability to conduct business. Being prepared is therefore a vita strategy that may help eliminate stress and chaos during a real life crisis situation and will allow the company to act and respond to deliver to their stakeholders and the media, in real- time.

The key to handling crises is to always be ready ahead of time for the storm that is always on the horizon. Professor Ian Mitroff, who for more than 20 years headed up the Institute for Crisis Management facilitated a crisis management workshop in New York about two weeks before 911 happened. Most of the executives present, represented multi-national companies. In compiling likely risks, car bombs featured at the top of the list. However no one mentioned “flying bombs”. Mitroff goes on to say that something is lacking, and that “That something is our ability to think comprehensively about crisis”.

During this, workshop key ideas will be shared that will enable you to think more comprehensively about crises and plan your real-time responses.

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Date: November 7, 2017
Time: 14.00- 14.50
Appearance: Deon Binneman facilitating a Crisis Management Workshop : Bad Things happen to Good Companies
Format: Other

#PMA #FreshConnections #CapeTown. Deon Binneman about building your brand as employer to attract the best talent #Reputation BrandIntegrity

Appearance: Deon Binneman about building your brand as employer to attract the best talent
Outlet: PMA Conference
Location: Cape Town
Format: Other

Deon Binneman will be speaking and participating in a workshop at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Connections Conference in Cape Town 16 – 17 August. The Focus and topic – The Reputation Risk inherent in Responsible Sourcing.

Please check the Conference schedule for the times that I will speak and facilitate.

Date: January 1, 1970—August 17, 2017
Appearance: Deon Binneman to speak at the Fresh Connections Conference
Outlet: PMA Fresh Connections Conference
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

I will deliver a “Are You Deriving Value From Your Stakeholder Management Function – Tips On How To Audit Intangibles” presentation on the 9th February at the Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa (IIA SA) Public Sector Forum at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg.

Date: February 9, 2016
Time: 09.30 - 10.30am
Appearance: Institute of Internal Auditors Public Sector Conference
Outlet: Institute of Internal Auditors
Location: Emperors Palace, Johannesburg
Format: Other

I am speaking today at the 18th Southern African Internal Audit Conference at the Sandton Convention Centre on Reputation Risk: Why Auditors Should Consider Intangibles When Auditing

Date: August 17, 2015
Time: 16.00 - 16.45
Appearance: 18th Southern African Internal Audit Conference Presentation
Format: Other