In this episode 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.
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.
This podcast series coincides with the launch of Tony's book, ‘Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations’. Commissioned by the PRCA and ICCO, the book is out now and available to order from Amazon: https://amzn.to/2zjFQJa
Produced and engineered remotely by Lansons.
Associate Director, Opinium
Josh is an expert in developing and applying insights to new business and communications challenges, he also has research experience across strategic insight development, corporate positioning, thought leadership, and stakeholder engagement.
Board Director at Lansons
Michael is a board director and the Head of Public Affairs at Lansons, looking after a range of clients covering sectors including financial services, transport, healthcare, energy, and industrials. He has 13 years’ experience of politics and public affairs with an extensive history of advising major clients in the UK, Europe and USA.
Executive Chair and Co-Founder
Tony co-founded Lansons in 1989 and has advised Governments, organisations and companies on their image and reputation for over 35 years. He is acknowledged as one of the UK’s leading reputation management and public relations advisers and has been named by Debrett’s as one of the 500 most influential people in the UK. His first book Reputation Management : The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations was published by Emerald Publishing in December 2018. Outside Lansons he has an active non-executive career in horseracing, fintech and market research.