Corporate Reputation

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Speaking on Cyber: Leading through a cyber breach

FHR President and experienced crisis communicator, Angela Carmichael examines the important steps leaders must take to better communicate with stakeholders when a cyber crisis hits.

Angela Carmichael
2020-10-21
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Speaking on Cyber: Communicating during a cyber breach  

Charles Muggeridge, Senior Vice President, Partner at FHR, a seasoned communicator with decades of experience helping guide organizations through crisis explains how to communicate during a cyber breach effectively.

Charles Muggeridge
2020-10-15
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In this time of crisis, Canadians expect companies to act now and lead with purpose

A new study, COVID-19 Mindset: The Collision of Issues, reveals Canadians ahead of other companies in holding companies and CEOs to a higher standard, expecting them to act on important social and political issues such as racism, the environment and wage gaps.

Angela Carmichael
2020-07-22
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Cyber attacks and the C-suite: Tips for senior executives to stay safe at home

Cyber attacks that target C-suite executives are becoming all too real. Beyond posing a significant risk to executives themselves, these attacks are a significant threat to an organization’s reputation given the sensitive corporate information senior executives have access to. Here are some tips senior leaders can use to protect themselves and their organizations from these attacks while working from home.

Anne Marie Quinn
2020-05-11
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The best sound bytes from our “Data and the era of ultra personalization” event

With data security and consumer privacy seemingly always in the news, we recently brought industry leaders from TD Bank, Uber and Wealthsimple together for a deep-dive discussion on Data and the Era of Ultra Personalization.

FHR
2018-05-28
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How to protect corporate reputation in a digital world

Recent events prove that if your business is not performing proper due diligence to protect customer information, you should keep your corporate crisis communications handbook in close proximity.

Angela Carmichael
2018-05-11

Corporate Reputation