On November 9 we hosted a webinar discussion titled “Managing Trust Risk: Insights from a Global Consultation with Corporate Affairs Practitioners.”
The trust deficiency that many businesses are facing is an underlying threat to their license to operate, that also undermines the reputation equity. Trust has become such a critical strategic issue that it needs to be fully integrated as part of risk management, and this evolution has reshuffled the cards for corporate affairs practitioners.
Managing trust risk requires a better understanding of the meaning of trust as a concept, and of its core components in order to deliver a holistic strategy that can turn the risk into opportunities.
GlobeScan’s CEO Christophe Guibeleguiet, Associate Director Lionel Bellier, and special guests Gail Klintworth, Partner at SystemIQ (formerly Group Customer Director and Responsible Business Lead at Old Mutual plc), and Sara Hunt, Head of Reputational Risk Management and Reporting at Standard Chartered Bank opened the discussion with a close look into findings from GlobeScan’s new global survey of corporate affairs professionals. The panel explored the different levers that companies need to activate to enhance trust risk management, from a refocus of skills and priorities through the growing influence of corporate purpose, to more advance stakeholder engagement strategies, both internally and externally.
Webinar Recap: Managing Trust Risk: Insights from a Global Consultation with Corporate Affairs Practitioners
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