SAS Group News
Speed, sincerity and satisfaction – the keys to successfully saying sorry
Malcolm Cole, Director - Media and Communications
Enough has been said and written about the Will Smith/Chris Rock incident to keep us busy until next year’s Oscars. We certainly don’t intend to get into the debate about what happened and why.
However, having helped many businesses recover from corporate failures ranging from embarrassing to catastrophic, we were interested in Smith’s mealy-mouthed apology when he took to the lectern, and how public attention dragged him to saying sorry the following day.
Vale Senator Kimberley Kitching
Hon. Bernie Ripoll, Director
The sudden and tragic passing of my dear friend and former colleague Senator Kimberley Kitching reminds us of how precious life is and how short it can be. None of us are spared from loss of family and friends in our own lives. The passing of a friend never gets easier or less painful.
Recognising Rural Women
Lisa Palu, Associate Director
Imagine living a two-hour car drive away from the nearest town and your child is sick. But you’re not sure if he is sick enough to warrant the four-hour round trip. And if you do take him into town, what medical help will you be able to find?