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Reputation Matters

Event Start Date:
February 17, 2022
Event End Date:
February 17, 2022
Event Venue:

Thursday, February 17, 3 – 4:30 p.m.

More than ever, reputation is the currency of the realm. But how is reputation created? Reputation is not claimed–it is bestowed by the people and organizations that rely on it to meet their needs or to make them successful. It is earned over time through consistency in actions, quality in products, services, and solutions that unite to consistently earn the trust of stakeholders. This class will provide an overview and framework of the factors that lead to an organization, and its people, being viewed as excelling in reputation. The class will review a case study.

Instructor: Clark Dumont, M.S., APR, is a C-Suite Communications leader in FORTUNE 500 companies spanning the Health Care, Aerospace & Defense, and Hospitality & Entertainment sectors. In 2018, he formed Dumont Communications to share his experience and insights in Reputation and sustainable organizational success. He also has extensive leadership experience in the non-profit sector and academic sectors. He started his journalism career at radio stations in Manchester, Keene, and Rochester before practicing corporate and organizational communications.

Co-hosted with the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications.

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