Conduct and Culture
Some of the most serious reputation problems arise from the conduct of individuals or groups. We work both with organisations that are concerned about damage to their reputation, and those whose livelihoods are at risk from false or exaggerated claims about them.
Examples of our recent work include:
- When a TV channel’s flagship show had to be pulled from airing following the revelation that one of the TV contestants had fascist tattoos, we investigated what went wrong and how to move forward successfully.. This allowed the company to steer their direction in the right way and figure out what went wrong.
- When a high-flying executive crucial to a company’s success is accused of sexual harassment, it is difficult for a company to figure out what to do. We have guided various corporates through such situations, helping them do the right thing for their success, society and their stakeholders.
- When executives are at risk from false of exaggerated claims, we act quickly to reduce the harm incurred so they’re able to continue their careers and avoid being ‘cancelled’.
- Leading an investigation into suspicions of breach of employment contracts and subsequent misconduct for a leading European Sports Club.