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Communications Leadership Council » Reputation: 4 Steps to Safeguard Against Risk

Communications Leadership Council » Reputation: 4 Steps to Safeguard Against Risk | Communicating with Distinction | Scoop.it

...Effectively managing reputational risk begins with recognizing that reputation is a matter of perception. By definition, reputation risks arise when a company fails (or is perceived to fail) to behave in ways that align with stakeholder expectations. To manage reputation risk, leading communicators design systems to identify and address areas of potential reputation exposure. Smart teams don’t wait until a crisis hits to start monitoring their reputations, especially online reputations. Leading communicators also recognize that reputation risk is too complex and widespread to manage alone. As a result, these teams are equipping others across the organization to respond to and escalate risks appropriately. Those getting it right focus on four fundamental elements to create effective reputation risk management systems. The four elements include....


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Embrace the Power of Restraint - Management Tip of the Day - January 03, 2014

Embrace the Power of Restraint - Management Tip of the Day - January 03, 2014 | Communicating with Distinction | Scoop.it
Extroverted behavior can be more effective in business when it’s infused with restraint. To practice more restraint, and stay focused on the things that really matter, try these... (Extroverts take note.

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Sue Rizzello's curator insight, January 6, 2014 7:46 AM

Applying a little restraint in leader communications is vital - it means not thinking before speaking, listening first, and communicating when it's necessary, not just when you feel like it.  

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2013 Review: the best thought leadership - The Holmes Report (blog)

2013 Review: the best thought leadership The Holmes Report (blog) Transparency is an equally important factor when it comes to communicating leadership, according to Ketchum's Leadership Communications Monitor, which found that 66 percent of...
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The Psychology of Winning [Infographic] | Visual.ly

The Psychology of Winning [Infographic] | Visual.ly | Communicating with Distinction | Scoop.it
Ralph Ellison is a winning personality that wrote Invisible Man with enough energy, it reconstructed the view of the mind. Here’s an infographic abo

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Sue Rizzello's curator insight, January 7, 2014 7:55 AM

You have to get into the winning mindset if you want to take people with you towards business success - but what is that mindset?

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MT EXPERT: How to be a leader - Management Today

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John Michel's curator insight, December 24, 2013 8:32 AM

The complexity, transparency, speed and connectivity of today’s world have made the task of leadership much more exacting and the scrutiny far less forgiving.