Talk doesn’t cook rice!!!- A Vietnamese Proverb

Words are empty. Actions speak louder than words. In the field of Reputation Management this is so true. The actions and behaviors of management either add or distract from building reputation.

Why you have to constantly work on your Reputation: Admiration is a very short-lived passion, that immediately decays upon growing familiar with its object; unless it be still fed with fresh discoveries, and kept alive by a perpetual succession of miracles rising into view. ~Joseph Addison

10 Reasons Why You Should Attend Reputation Risk Training

Maybe you have wondered why you should attend Reputation Risk Management training. Well, I believe that it is quite simple. Someone in the organisation must champion the cause of why Reputation is an asset and a risk. Internationally these are Board responsibilities, but ultimately Management will be held accountable by the Board for the correct […]

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 […]

Survey Says Boards Troubled by Reputation Risk – Compliance Week

After financial risk, reputation risk is the biggest concern that keeps board directors awake at night, according to the latest poll from EisnerAmper via Survey Says Boards Troubled by Reputation Risk – Compliance Week. These days Reputation Risk is a a real threat or danger to the good name or standing of an organization due […]

Doing Business with Disreputable Companies

Should one do business with a company which once had a bad reputation, but now has new management? Or with a company which seems a little shaky due to a crisis or scandal? Or with known tenderpreneurs, Mamparas, etc.?… The best advice is to proceed, but with caution. Follow these steps to avoid getting burned: […]

You Better Be Running

Every morning in Africa, a gazelle awakens. It knows that it must outrun the fastest lion that day, or be eaten. Every morning in Africa, a lion also awakens. It knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle, or starve to death. The moral of the story is this: Whether you are a gazelle or […]