KGS221 | Why Reputation Management Could Be The Most Important Skill For Leaders In 2021 And Beyond with Bill Coletti and Kingsley Grant
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+++ YOUR REPUTATION +++
I grew up learning the importance of having a good reputation.
It was drilled into me that my reputation was one of the most valuable things to protect with everything in me.
This idea came from the Proverbs where Solomon made this statement: "A good reputation is more desirable than great wealth ..."
As important as great wealth is, reputation beats that hands down.
Having a good reputation is also a must for leaders.
They need to realize that their reputation is what keeps them when their skills fail them.
At some point, we may have a situation where the only thing that will keep our people standing with us, is our reputation.
And that is what our guest - Bill Coletti - talks about in this episode. As you listen, you will hear how Bill explains what this looks like and how to go about creating this kind of reputation.
Here is a quote from this interview: Your company owns its brand, but the public owns your reputation.
Who is BILL COLETTI?
Bill is a reputation-management, crisis-communications, and professional development, expert.
He is also a keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance panelist, and best-selling author of Critical Moments, The New Mindset of Reputation Management.
Bill has more than 25 years of global experience managing high-stakes crises, issues management, and media relations challenges for both Fortune 500 companies and winning global political campaigns.
When relationships are critical to your business, your reputation is one of the most important assets you manage.
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