For the third in our series of thought leadership events we are dedicating the entire proceedings to reputation. In particular, the role of business continuity and incident/crisis management leaders in managing this precious but delicate asset during a crisis.
It’s important. Much time and effort goes into planning for, and then managing, the rebuilding of organisational capability during and after an incident. But for many organisations reputation is of equal if not greater value than the immediate operational need. And whereas facilities can be rebuilt a shattered reputation may linger for years and, ultimately, render the damage permanent.
We’ve assembled a truly stunning set of speakers to illuminate this discipline. Rod Clayton, Co-Head of the Global Issues Group at Weber Shandwick, sets the scene by laying out the consequences of effective or ineffective reputation management. Rod’s work is typically in the board room and his insights help understanding from that perspective. Then the legal view from Neill Blundell, Head of Corporate Crime & Investigations at Macfarlanes LLP, who will outline the specific challenges when the incident involves regulatory or criminal allegations. Finally Kate Brader, specialist crisis, issues and reputation management consultant with Deloitte, will pull the strands together and outline her view of best practice in the processes required to deliver high quality reputation management at the point of need.
Where & When
The main event runs from 10:00am to noon on Tuesday 16 October, 2018. The venue is:
London Bridge Street
Full details and directions will be sent out on registration.