New York, 17 November 2016
Round-table launch of 2016 Reputation Dividend results with Korn Ferry, and speakers MetLife’s Jonathan Richter and JPMorganChase’s Joseph Evangelisti.
Managing Your Corporate Reputation To Drive Shareholder Value Growth In Times of Uncertainty
Where. Korn Ferry 200 Park Avenue 33rd Floor
(Above Grand Central terminal) New York, NY 10166
Reputation matters. Not least, in times of political, social and economic uncertainty such as we’re facing just now. Latest findings (which will be shared) point to its ever growing importance and impact. What exactly is your company’s reputation asset worth? How does it relate to ‘brand value’? What should we be doing to protect and develop the very tangible economic benefit it is delivering?
Please join us at Korn/Ferry International’s New York Boardroom on Thursday, November 17th for an exclusive, invitation-only Roundtable on “Managing Your Corporate Reputation To Drive Shareholder Value Growth In Times Of Uncertainty.” Coffee and breakfast will be served.
Our featured guest speakers are Joseph Evangelisti, managing director and head of worldwide corporate communications and media relations for J.P. MorganChase, and Jonathan Richter, Vice President, Communications for MetLife. Joe serves as chief communications officer, lead spokesman, and head internal communications for JP MorganChase and is also a member of the company’s executive committee, comprised of the firm’s most senior leaders. Joe will share his perspectives on trust, credibility, and reputation. From MetLife, as a communications and marketing professional with 20 years’ experience in corporate reputation, brand positioning, corporate responsibility and market analytics, Jon has spent the last 15 years at industry-leading Fortune 40 companies across many sectors and will offer his keen perspectives as a reputational leader.
At this timely event, Reputation Dividend will draw on its exclusive findings on the standing of reputation value in the S&P500 – which companies’ are up, which companies’ are down, and why. And what matters to reputation leaders in the aftermath of the U.S. Presidential Elections, as they confront new economic agendas, the impact of persistently low oil prices, the China syndrome, Brexit and other major issues impacting the resilience of individual companies.
Hosting the event will be Richard S. Marshall, Korn/Ferry International’s Global Managing Director, Corporate Affairs. He and his team specialize in the placement of Chief Communications Officers (CCOs) and other senior government affairs and investor relations executives with leading organizations around the world.
As a participative event, there will be discussion as to what this means for leadership engagement and value-creation ahead.
Confirmed Speakers Include:
Richard Marshall, Host
Managing Director, Global Corporate Affairs Practice
Joe Evangelisti, Speaker
Managing Director and CCO
Jonathan Richter, Speaker
Vice President, Communications
CEO, Mindful Reputation
Founder, Reputation Dividend