07.30.2020 09:06 AM

How to never navigate a public relations crisis

6 Comments

  1. Steve T says:

    When you are used to unquestioning and fawning adulation for your entire career, it’s hard to deal with scrutiny. Welcome to the real world.

  2. Pedant says:

    Really? The CBC seems to think they did fine and that the Liberals were not harmed one bit by their testimony. Still not seeing the mainstream media accord this story as much attention as Bev Oda’s orange juice.

  3. Nick M. says:

    When Bill Clinton’s testimonial tapes where released to the public, his approvals went up. The irony was it was to his benefit to the surprise of Ken Starr.

    I wonder with the similar camera angels and prepped responses, that was the hope going into the Online committee format.

  4. Gilbert says:

    Look at Craig Kielburger’s face. He can’t look directly into the camera. I’m not a body language expert, but he definitely looks guilty to me.

  5. lyn says:

    I saw a video on the Kenya Compound as shown by I do believe Craig. A gated community and guarded is absolutely gorgeous. What kind of business do they do from there, as I didn’t see any children. A good read a letter Nov 23, 2018 by Lee Hecht Harrison from (Knightsbridge of Toronto) just and example: A robust and well defined culture (especially at a for profit organization)? This is about “WE”? I thought they were a Charity!! Something Stinks!!

  6. Andrew Smyk says:

    FYI: Craig Kielburger is member/advisory on the Elections Debate Commision.

    https://www.debates-debats.ca/en/about/advisory-board/#kielburger

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