19th March 2019
Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Cl, London SE1 9DD
We were pleased to host a breakfast seminar which took place on Tuesday, 19th March at Glaziers Hall near London Bridge. The breakfast seminar explored what the future of reputation risk looks like, and how leading companies are managing what is considered by many leaders to be the number one risk to business.
To view a short video summary of the event, please click here or on the image below.
The event covered off the key findings of a recent study conducted in partnership with the European Association of Communications Directors (EACD), and featured key note speakers Raj Kumar, Global Director of Corporate Reputation and Brand Governance at Aviva; Ryan O’Keeffe, Managing Director at BlackRock; Pierre Goad, Group Head of Communications and Group Managing Director of HSBC and Board Member of the EACD and Giulia Di Tommaso, Chief Communications and Sustainability Officer of the Ferrero Group.
Across all sectors, we have witnessed the consequences of not paying enough attention to reputation when it comes to decision-making, and there is ample evidence that organisations that proactively build reputation, and integrate reputation risk considerations into the fabric of day-to-day business, are more successful in the long term.
This seminar was aimed at providing insight into the key building blocks for effective reputation risk management, and in the process, at offering guidance to senior communicators and business leaders on reinforcing their organisations’ risk resilience, as well as building and protecting reputation as a business-critical activity.