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Don't Be United in Facing Your Next Crisis

Even if you follow the law and all the internal protocols your firm has in place, you may still find that clients and the public view your actions negatively. In situations where you believe you are in the right, the instinct is not to apologize. Here is how to correctly handle a high-profile PR crisis.


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Already this year, we have seen our fair share of public relations missteps by large corporations and high-profile individuals: Think Pepsi’s flawed Kendall Jenner commercial or Sean Spicer’s confusing Hitler comment made during Passover. However, the one incident that caught — and held — the world’s attention above all others was the video of a United Airlines passenger being dragged forcibly off of a flight that had been overbooked. This video sparked outrage across the globe, resulting in a swift media storm of controversy for the company. There were outcries to boycott the airline for its treatment of the passenger, and criticism of the CEO’s response to the situation.

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