20th June 2013
Location: 322 High Holborn, London, WC2A 1PB
Cost: Tickets from £155 +vat
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322 High Holborn, London, WC2A 1PB, United Kingdom
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Registration, coffee, croissants and informal networking
Chairperson's introduction Dominic Morgan, Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting
The role of communications as a bridge between an organisation and the outside world
Guy Middleton, Head of Corporate Communications, Three
What are the opportunities in modern society for brands to build influence, trust and advocacy?
What is the impact of consumer experience and consideration sets for brands and product categories?
How can the corporate communications team increase trust in an organisation?
How should comms teams be structured and integrated to ensure they are an effective bridge between the business and the outside world?
Is trust purely a relative measure for brands?
Anthony Frost, Head of Corporate Communications, Santander
What is the correlation between having good product and a trust score?
If trust is a relative measure, do organisations just need to have a slightly better trust score than their competitors?
Is consumer trust meaningful? For example, trust scores that indicate a temporary website blackout will affect a brands trust score more than money laundering accusations!
Trust is a complex emotion – there are different levels of trust in business. For example, consumers trust banks to look after their money but they don’t trust bankers
Building a reputation from ash
Simon Millson, Group Head of Corporate Affairs, British American Tobacco
The reputation journey of British American Tobacco – the past, the present and the future
How to build trust in a controversial industry
What does trust mean to British American Tobacco?
How BAT have created a brand story around ethical farming and sustainability
Profit versus trust: why reputation is important to British American Tobacco
Networking coffee break
How can brands track their trust score?
Marcus Gault, Managing Director (Insight), Precise
What is a good trust score? And what is a bad trust score?
How can a trust score be defined and how is it measured?
What is the impact of a trust score to a brand's customers, share price, sales and employees?
What evidence is there that good communications improves a brand's trust score?
What are the core factors that affect the reputation of a brand?
Leadership deficit and disillusionment: the ongoing leadership crisis and the role of communication in helping restore confidence
Rod Cartwright, Global Corporate Practice Director, Ketchum
How are different categories of leaders performing in the UK and globally?
Who is cutting it on accountability and long-term thinking?
Does disillusionment in leaders actually matter?
Which sectors are blazing a leadership trail?
Who are the most credible corporate ambassadors and which generation of leaders is in the hot-seat?
What are the attributes that allow corporations to be viewed as trusted leaders?
What is the formula for leadership credibility – now and in the future?
Where does communication fit in to the restoration of confidence in leaders?
What is the cost of losing your reputation?
Mark Westaby, Director, SpectrumInsight
When a brand's reputation is damaged, what effects can this have on its business?
What emotion spectrum do stakeholders have towards brands? And what are the implications of these emotions for reputation managers?
Is there a correlation between reputation and a company’s market capitalisation/profitability?
How long does it take to regain lost trust?
What does trust mean for eBay?
Steven Heywood, Senior Press Officer, eBay
Trust through the customer’s eyes
What does trust mean to eBay
What brand protection steps do eBay have in place
What are eBays's internal building blocks for turst
How does eBay articulate trust to consumers
How does eBay drive shared commitment throughout the value chain
The role of issue based horizon scanning
How organisations can recover
Chairpersons closing remarks
Close of conference