Beyond CSR: Putting sustainability and responsibility at the heart of corporate campaigning
ReputationInc held the latest of its breakfast seminars, with more than 20 senior communicators and keynote speaker Trevor Gorin, to uncover how leading firms are putting sustainability and responsibility into the heart of their corporate campaigning.
The skills & structure of a world class corporate relations function
This November, ReputationInc held a reputation seminar on the challenges facing global organisation's corporate relations functions, with an audience of 20 senior communicators.
What's the big idea? - Building sustainable campaigns
On June 26, ReputationInc held the 8th Business Breakfast in this year's series. We explored the core success factors of campaigning in the current environment.
Unlocking the value of insights - informing business choices and positioning your reputation
On 24 May 2012, ReputationInc hosted a breakfast seminar on the use of reputation intelligence in business decision making. The keynote speaker was John G. Clarke, Global External Communications and Corporate Relations at HEINEKEN.
Turning Business Leaders into Reputation Leaders
ReputationInc hosted its fifth in a series of Business Breakfast events exploring and debating the major trends shaping reputation management and communications. On April 11th in London over 60 managers, business leaders, communications and HR managers came to hear new insights and answers to a central business challenge: How to Transform Business leaders into Reputation Leaders?
'Inside Out or Outside In? Integrating Reputation with Employee Engagement'
ReputationInc hosted a breakfast seminar on 'Inside Out or Outside In? Integrating Reputation with Employee Engagement'. The key speaker was Katharina Auer, Head of Internal Comms, Rio Tinto. ReputationInc presented its latest thinking on internal reputation: a mix of employee engagement, external reputation and internal communications research and strategy.
The Transformative Role of Reputation Foresight for the Corporate and Public Affairs Function
On 12 October 2011, ReputationInc hosted a breakfast seminar on 'The Transformative Role of Reputation Foresight for the Corporate and Public Affairs Function'. Alongside a client leading government affairs for a global financial services company, ReputationInc described how thinking systematically and intelligently about the future allowed the function to create genuine business value.
What opportunities do social media offer corporate communicators?
When we asked a seasoned PR from a global technology brand to speak about social media and reputation management, their initial response was: "didn't we have that debate two years ago?"
Corporate comms needs to engage staff
Danny Rogers: "An illuminating seminar last week, convened by ReputationInc in London, revealed much about the role of today's corporate comms director"