With Reputation Risk inherent in just about all processes in a company, Reputation and Risk Managers sometimes find it difficult to determine where the sources of reputation risk resides. Not only can these risks be unpredictable but they are also extremely varied in nature due to the uniqueness of each company. However I would like […]
21 Years in Private Practice
I celebrated 21 years as an independent reputation management consultant, trainer and speaker on the 1st April.
In this period I worked with more than 200 organisations and had the pleasure to facilitate capacity building programs in 16 countries.
I am at your service. Check out my work on my website www.deonbinneman.com
I was quoted in an article in the Finweek mag of 23 February “How to manage your own reputation – Your Reputation is your most important asset. Don’t squander it”. It was also translated into Afrikaans in the Beeld newspaper Page 18
Mauritius Here I Come
I will facilitate a Strategic Public Relations in the 21st Century workshop in Mauritius 20- 21 February. This will be the 16th country that I am doing consulting work in.
Being well informed and able to anticipate issues and incidents are two vital skills for any budding Reputation Manager. So is the ability to see linkages between seemingly unrelated incidents and issues. This process I call dot connecting. It has its origins in systems thinking. Since December 2016 I have received countless of emails with […]
In this presentation at the Institute for Internal Auditors Conference at Ceasars Palace I gave an overview of the importance of stakeholder reputation and relationships.
This would be a great presentation to watch with your team, take notes, and then discuss. There are few things more important than intentionally building relationships with your stakeholders.
I was quoted in the Risk Africa magazine – Web edition regarding the Ford Kuga recall
I was quoted in the Risk Africa magazine – web edition regarding the Ford Kuga recall.
How to Market Training Programs, Seminars and Consulting Services workshop 27 January in Johannesburg
— William Price (@william_price) November 22, 2016
|Date:||November 22, 2016|
|Appearance:||Talking Stakeholder Management @ the Eskom TrendSpotting Indaba|
Live Stakeholder Reputation Management Training 1 – 2 December in Johannesburg
With the furore of the State Capture issue which revealed what happens when Power and Influence dangerously intersect and a King Code 4 on Corporate Governance recommending becoming a stakeholder inclusive company, many organisations are revamping their stakeholder profiling and engagement practices, as they are envisaging changes in relationships, networks, contacts and stakeholder importance.
The Stakeholder Reputation Management Master Class covers stakeholder identification, profiling, mapping, prioritization, engagement and other techniques. It also helps companies to comply with the recommendations of the King Code 43 on Corporate Governance and will lay the foundation for a more stakeholder inclusive approach – one that takes into account and balances stakeholders legitimate and reasonable needs, interests and wants.
Since its inception in 2006, the Stakeholder Reputation course has received many accolades and became established as a must-attend course for stakeholder managers looking to gain best practices about stakeholder management and building company reputation. It has been attended by more than 800 senior executives and managers from Government and Industry.
The Stakeholder Management Master Class has been described as essential training for anyone in the Stakeholder & Reputation Management field and will equip a delegate with the competencies to design a Stakeholder Management system and manage an intricate web of relationships with a systematic approach.
Catch the Early Bird rate while you can!