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“The Wolf” (Pulp Fiction) – An Example of Crisis Management?

There is no universally approved or formal title for professionals who perform immediate crisis support. Often used titles include “PR Pros” or “PR guy or gal,” or generally speaking, “Crisis people” (e.g., “Wells Fargo‘s PR people were spinning this crisis into a positive for the bank.”). The label “spin doctors” is one that makes us negatively cringe.…
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7 Actions to Take in 2019 to Enhance, Protect and Defend Your Valuable Reputation

*Article published on January 4, 2019 in the Credit Union Times. rep·u·ta·tion (n) /ˌrepyəˈtāSH(ə): The beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something. A widespread belief that someone or something has a particular habit or characteristic. Brand (n) /brand/: A type of product manufactured by a particular company under a particular name. 2019…
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Reputation Has A New Home – ReputationUs

We think about reputation a lot.  Not our own, per se, but rather business and nonprofit reputations. How are reputations formed? How long does it take to build a strong reputation? Who (employees, customers, community, media, social influencers) ultimately decides what is the organization’s reputation? When a crisis happens, how does it affect a reputation? ReputationUs…
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