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Hamish Docherty

Hamish Docherty

Senior Consultant

Hamish Docherty is a Senior Consultant with Teneo based in London. He has experience in corporate strategic communications, as well as reputation strategy consulting and crisis management.

Hamish joined Teneo in 2016 and over the last two years has worked on reputation strategies for a range of high-profile and FTSE100 companies. He has experience in evidence-based narrative development, strategic positioning and stakeholder mapping, using a mixture of both qualitative and quantitative research to develop robust and stress-tested reputation strategies.

Hamish also works within Teneo’s London-based Crisis Management team where he specialises in designing and delivering crisis training and simulations for clients in sectors ranging from oil & gas to the automotive sector.

Most recently, Hamish has been working with one of the largest organisations in Qatar, to build and test their crisis management infrastructure and preparedness.

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