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Apology Clause
Campaign to raise awareness of and clarify the Compensation Act so businesses can apologise when they should, and to help victims recover
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Apology Clause Nov 6
Interesting discussion at on when to say sorry in a crisis. UK law says that “an apology... shall not itself amount to an admission of negligence”. “Sorry” can be used more often and effectively...
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Apology Clause Oct 25
Would love to see the rest of the presentation
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The IC Space Oct 24
Nick Wright, Senior Adviser at M&CSaatchi Transform, starts his session at on 'The Future of Internal Communications' with some surprising statistics and talking about his experiences as an
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Apology Clause Oct 22
"It is a wonderful thing our country's apologising, but there is so much more work to be done." As Australia is showing, a meaningful apology can start the healing
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Apology Clause Oct 1
Many thanks to Jo Lloyd (), MD , for explaining why she is supporting the campaign
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Andrew Brown Sep 26
As a professional that advises clients to apologise as part of crisis communications I am asking the Secretary of State for Justice to clarify the apology clause - Sign the petition! via
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Apology Clause Sep 26
Great to see more support for the campaign... Much appreciated...
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Apology Clause Sep 26
We see you are doing a Contagious Live talk on how brands need to be better at apologising. Our campaign will help them meet moral obligations without risking legal redress. . Shout if you want to know more. Thanks...
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Apology Clause Sep 25
Excellent piece by , of , for on the importance of a good apology (including addressing the issue) in rebuilding post-crisis reputation
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Apology Clause Sep 8
A quick summary of why an Apology Act has been such good news for Ontario, Canada.
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Apology Clause Aug 30
Big thanks to the talented for lettting us reproduce a version of his excellent blog on the stale crisis responses that fill in where a heartfelt apology should have been...
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Apology Clause Aug 30
Huge thanks to for running a piece on why "meaningful apologies matter" when things go wrong: to corporate's' reputation and to those who have suffered. Please support the campaign
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Guy Corbet Aug 29
The excellent ⁦⁩ on the importance of sincerity, and a meaningful apology, in a . Please support the Apology Clause campaign ()
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Nick Wright Aug 23
Excellent, well argued blog on the need for real apologies. Crisis PR in a post-Grenfell world | LMC²
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Apology Clause Aug 23
The inspirational on why communications professionals should support the to raise the bar in post-Grenfell crisis communications
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Apology Clause Aug 17
Cipriani's apology falls short, not for lack of sincerity but because his reputation makes it hard to believe something similar won't happen again, and preventing repetition is critical to any apology
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Apology Clause Aug 17
Cipriani's apology falls short, not for lack of sincerity but because his reputation makes it hard to believe something similar won't happen again, and preventing repetition is critical to any apology
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Apology Clause Aug 16
No reason why Ben Stokes should not apologise before his case is heard by ECB. “Sorry” and “guilt” are different. > England coach Trevor Bayliss urges Ben Stokes to make public apology as he rejoins squad at Trent Bridge via
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Apology Clause Aug 16
"Scandals are only over when customers say they are over." Wells Fargo apologies, falling on deaf ears, begs the question about how heartfelt they really are
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Apology Clause Aug 6
Interesting piece by touching on the need for a clearer , to make it easier for people and organisations to apologise, if and when they feel they should...
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