Bastion Reputation appoints new Principal Consultant for Training and Capability

Bastion Reputation appoints new Principal Consultant for Training and Capability

For-purpose corporate and public affairs consultancy, Bastion Reputation has announced the appointment of Katrina Shute as Principal Consultant, leading its Training and Capability practice.

Katrina is backed by over two decades' experience in television, radio and print media, bringing expertise in media training, journalism, and audience engagement. She had previously spent more than a decade as an on-camera reporter and anchor for Network Ten, and covered events across the news spectrum, including major political stories and emergency incidents, with a specialisation in health.

Over the past three years, Katrina made a transition from reporting to training, assisting clients nationwide in preparing for interviews and presentations.

On the appointment, Bastion Reputation's Managing Director, Clare Gleghorn said: "Bastion Reputation has built a best-of-breed training and capability offering which we are increasingly scaling in response to emerging client need for highly bespoke and strategic training and executive capability-building programs.

"We are so pleased to have secured the appointment of Katrina to lead this practice, which is evolving to meet the strong market demand for help to create a depth of skills in leaders and emerging talent within organisations to deal with an increasingly complex operating environment.

“With her extensive journalism background and impressive roster of training engagements since she has made the switch to consulting, we are excited to have Katrina on board our growing team where her insights and guidance will be instrumental in helping our clients excel."

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