Focus on them, not on you

It’s natural for any leader to feel a sense of guilt and responsibility in the wake of a tragedy; it’s also normal to worry about not only the public but shareholders and employees as well.

However, your public apology should focus on those who suffered harm — for example, the friends and family members of people who were hurt or killed in an accident — rather than on how you or members of your organization may feel.

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