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The Reputation Management Podcast
33 minutes | Nov 28, 2021
Making a difference to the lives of forced migrants heading to the UK
In this episode, Lansons’ Co-Founder Tony Langham interviews professor Jenny Phillimore and researcher Sandra Iman Pertek on campaigning to improve lives and most recently their work for the SEREDA research project investigating sexual and gender-based violence of forced migrants. This is an incredibly important though difficult subject of research, supported and part-funded by Lansons’ co-founders Clare Parsons and Tony Langham on behalf of Lansons This podcast episode was produced ahead of the launch of the SEREDA research project findings, published 29 November, 2021. View the UK findings here Recorded by the Lansons Production Team
37 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
Lansons Alumni Podcast | Episode 1
We are delighted to bring to you our first Lansons Alumni Podcast. The series will feature alumni from the last 30+ years that have inspiring stories to tell and an entrepreneurial mindset. Our first episode features Sophie Lilley, Director of Munchkin & Bear Europe an online retailer of luxe padded playmats and Michelle L’Huillier Founder and Director of Tom & Teddy, a father and son beachwear brand inspired by Australian style. Both are Lansons alumnae, in Sophie’s case 15 years, and in Michelle’s case, 3 years. Hosted by Lansons Co-Founder and Chair Clare Parsons, Sophie and Michelle share their stories of launching and growing thriving online businesses and both the challenges and joy that comes with being entrepreneurs.
28 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Episode 11: How Net Zero fits into ESG Corporate Commitments
As we build up to COP26, public attention on businesses to prioritise the 'E' in ESG is intensifying - how are organisations responding and what are the available pathways for acting and making climate commitments. Sustainability and climate change has continued to dominate on the global stage - despite a global pandemic. Public opinion has accelerated, and organisations everywhere are being scrutinised for their actions and contribution to the global effort. Ensuring your organisation has a green-focused recovery is now business-critical, as well as a cornerstone of your reputation - inside and out. So what are the possible pathways for organisations taking corporate action and commitment to climate change? In this episode, we discuss with Johnathan Shopley, Founder and Managing Director, External Affairs of Natural Capital Partners why and how Net Zero is playing a crucial role in corporate action and commitments on climate change, globally. Produced remotely by Lansons production.
35 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Episode 10: Beyond International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is a truly important global event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. For this special podcast, Lansons co-founder and chair Clare Parsons is joined by two inspirational women who have dedicated their professional lives to campaigning on issues of gender Equality and Diversity – 30% Club co-founder Baroness Mary Goudie and BBC Creative Diversity Lead Nina Goswami. Produced by the Lansons Content Team
32 minutes | Jul 29, 2020
Episode 9: Working Life After COVID-19, insight for employers
Exploring the key findings from our new report in collaboration with Opinium Research, providing insight into the changes made in the wake of the pandemic that will impact our values, behaviours and ultimately working lives long-term. Suzanne Ellis, Director and Head of Communications for Change and Transformation at Lansons, is joined by co-author Wez Eathorne Research Director at Opinium, and Matt Bolton-Alarcon, founder of Special Sauce, trainer and facilitator in creativity and business innovation.
35 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Episode 8: Managing reputations in Europe while coping with Covid
Ralph Jackson, Director at Lansons, talks with agencies from around Europe on how they are managing during the Covid-19 pandemic. Guests are Sebastian Riedel of Klenk & Hoursch, in Germany, Talia Godino with Twister, in Italy and Ana Margarida Ximenes of Atrevia, with offices in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
28 minutes | May 11, 2020
Episode #7: Sustainability now and post Covid-19
Before the pandemic pushed all other news local, national and international off the media agenda - climate change was right up there. Listed as one of the most important issues to CEOs in 2020 (RepTrack), climate change and more broadly sustainability has become a cornerstone of reputation for companies and governments around the world. But as the pandemic eases, will sustainability be back on the board agenda, and if so what impact will Covid-19 have had in addressing it? Joining host Tony Langham is Jane Stevensen, expert in the understanding of climate-related risk and opportunity, advisor to the UN Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative and Founding Director of JS Global Advisory. Recorded and produced remotely by Lansons
24 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Episode #6: Protecting reputation from crises
In this day and age, crises are becoming more frequent and the impact they have on reputations are longer-lasting. Our experts explore crises from a lawyer and communicators perspective. From handling the media to analysing the pitfalls for companies, boards and individuals, preparedness is key when protecting reputations from a crisis. The risk of a crisis can not be eliminated but preparedness and proper management can help in protecting reputations. Rachel Atkins is a partner at Schillings. A specialist in safeguarding the reputations of prominent individuals and businesses, Rachel couples her experience in media law with a detailed knowledge of reputation threats that emanate from non-media sources. With a wealth of experience in this area - from disgruntled employees to black swan. Ralph Jackson, Director and Partner at Lansons. He has over 30 years consulting experience covering reputation management, corporate crises communications, and public policy advice. His experience spans a variety of sectors including financial services, energy, pharmaceutical, chemicals, manufacturing, and retail. Tony Langham is Lansons Chief Executive and Co-Founder with over 30 years front line experience building and protecting the reputations of companies, organisations and Governments. His book, ‘Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations’ is out now and available to order from Amazon: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa Produced and recorded by Lansons at the Lansons studio in Farrigndon, London
22 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
Episode #5 - The importance of company leaders' reputation
Tony Langham is joined by Markus Leutert of AKKA Technologies and Lansons' Naomi Goodman as they discuss the connection between a company's leaders, culture and reputation. In a world where there is increasingly more pressure on businesses to act authentically, are we asking too much of our business leaders, and how does this impact reputation? From measuring trust in leaders, voicing opinions on societal issues to tackling diversity in STEM careers, our experts debate the traps and expectations of today's leaders for building and managing successful reputations from the inside out. Tony Langham is Lansons’ Chief Executive and Co-Founder with over 30 years front line experience building and protecting the reputations of companies, organisations and Governments. His book, ‘Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations’ is out now and available to order from Amazon: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa Markus Leutert is the Head of Communications at AKKA Technologies who are synonymous with digital transformation and hold an acclaimed reputation as leading engineering, innovation and R&D consultants for a number of industries. Working with the top players in mobility, such as Mercedes and Airbus to name but a few, AKKA supports its clients with product design consulting and throughout the entire product life-cycle with cutting edge digital technologies and project management services. Naomi Goodman, Board Director at Lansons is a specialist in change and transformation communications, enhancing internal comms to effectively contribute to business performance. She’s a certified change management practitioner and has led large-scale change and internal communications programs across both public and private sectors, including Bacardi, Deutsche Bank and Highways England. Produced by Lansons and engineered by Callum Swingler at the Lansons Studio.
24 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
Episode #4 – Managing Reputation Across The World
Join Tony Langham as he interviews PROI Partner SenateSHJ’s Angela Scaffidi on managing reputation across the world. In this, the 4th episode of The Reputation Management Podcast, we discuss the differences of companies global perceptions of how reputation is managed, how organisations need to begin to engage with the issues of their societies, and reputation management organisations responsibility on a global scale, as well as much more. Tony Langham, Lansons Chief Executive and Co-Founder is an adviser, entrepreneur and chairman with over 30 years front line experience building and protecting the reputations of companies, organisations and Governments. His book, ‘Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations’ is out now and available to order from Amazon Angela Scaffidi is SenateSHJ’s Head of Change and works with organisations dealing with issues relating to reputation and a loss of trust. An accredited user of the Four Rooms of Change®, Angela sees an organisation’s culture and reputation as intrinsically linked and therefore works across change, culture, leadership and reputation. Produced by Lansons and engineered by Steven Arnoldi at the Lansons Studio. Discover more about Lansons and our services at lansons.com
30 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Episode #3 – The Power of Content
Join Tony Langham as he explores the power of content in shaping or destroying a brand’s reputation. Discussing everything from Oreo winning at the Super Bowl, to Donald Trump and MyCSP pensions, we hear from the experts on how content marketing is key to reputation. Joining Tony in the studio to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly, is Lansons Director Claire Southeard and publishing editor of Communicate and Transform magazines, Brittany Golob. Tony’s book, ‘Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations’ is out now and available to order from Amazon: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa To learn more about how Lansons can help with Reputation Management and Content Marketing, contact us on Consultancy@Lansons.com or head to our website: www.lansons.com Produced by Jessica Keating and engineered by Callum Swingler at the Lansons Studio. Discover more about Lansons and our services at www.lansons.com
24 minutes | Nov 29, 2018
Episode #2 - Reputation: A Tangible Asset?
We delve into the stats behind reputation management and the tangible effects on a company’s bottom line, their powers to influence and their staff, of both good and bad reputations. Fuelled with exclusive research from Opinium, a strategic insights agency, we’re joined by Tony Langham, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Lansons and Josh Glendinning, Senior Research Manager at Opinium Research. Tony’s new book Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations is out on 10 December this year is available to order here: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa To learn more about Lansons’ offering on Reputation Management and how we can help your company, contact us on Consultancy@Lansons.com or head to our website: http://bit.ly/2OGVmEu Produced by Steven Arnoldi, Jess Keating and engineered by Callum Swingler at the Lansons studio. Discover more about Lansons and our services at www.Lansons.com
16 minutes | Nov 22, 2018
Episode #1 - What is Reputation Management?
Join Tony Langham, interviewed by Jon Cronin, as they explore what Reputation Management is, the forces shaping it and the future for companies as they embrace it. Tony Langham is an adviser, entrepreneur and chairman with over 30 years front line experience building and protecting the reputations of companies, organisations and Governments. His new book Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations is out on 10 December this year is available to order here: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa To learn more about Lansons’ offering on Reputation Management and how we can help your company, contact us on Consultancy@Lansons.com Produced by Steven Arnoldi, Jess Keating and engineered by Callum Swingler at the Lansons studio. Discover more about Lansons and our services at www.Lansons.com
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