Not Walking The Talk is a Form of Self Harm …

  In the light of the latest 2017 UK Reputation Dividend Report where corporate reputations in the UK are valued at close to £1trn, a word of warning We all know that an organisation in possession of a good reputation faces costs when trust collapses. This holds true for most trust crises or reputational crashes. […]

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Why are Boards so poorly served when it comes to reputation?

A few weeks ago in New York, I hosted a round-table on the value of reputation with the FT’s Lex columnist Sujeet Indap, and launched the latest Reputation Dividend US Study among the US S&P 500 under the banner of ‘The March of The Intangibles’ We are not alone in seeing the rise and rise of these […]

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Know What or Know How

As scribblers, bloggers and tweeters look ahead to 2014 with predictions and exhortations for this year’s latest resolutions, I just saw this post from David L. Katz, MD, MPH, Director, Yale University Prevention Research Center on ‘adding years to life and life to years’. While his focus is about on healthy living, the analogies to […]

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New Exclusive Analytics

Need reputation benchmarking for management meetings or that special pitch?  Get the most of the data and trends from Britain’s Most Admired studies over the past few years by ordering charts and tables, quickly and at low cost  http://reputationdividend.com/britains-most-admired/.  We have exclusive use and access to the studies completed by Professor Mike Brown for Management […]

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