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Crisis Management

The Meaningless Apology

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The Meaningless Apology

Crises happen!  Products are recalled, natural disasters strike and scandals pop up more frequently than we would like, but they happen. Other than being prepared for the unexpected, how quickly and meaningfully a company, public official or even a spouse responds will determine how quickly trust is restored and people can move forward from blame to fixing the problem. 

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Embrace The Boycott To Show You Want To Be A Part Of The Change

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Embrace The Boycott To Show You Want To Be A Part Of The Change

Movies are created to share stories, advocate for change and start a conversation about what life is like, can be like or should be like. While the Academy failed to celebrate the rich diversity our movies bring and honor those behind and on the screen, it is providing a forum to discuss diversity and inclusion. But frankly, we are beyond that discussion and Hollywood should be WAY beyond that. 

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WHEN THE PERSON BECOMES THE PROBLEM

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WHEN THE PERSON BECOMES THE PROBLEM

The last thing you want is for a scandal to last more than a day.  If it is more than a one-day story that means more stories will be written, more posts will be shared and more often than we like, we will continue to talk about you.

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