This past week, we saw Nike take a risk in choosing the new face of the 30th anniversary of campaign starring Colin Kaepernick. No matter where you stand on this issue, choosing the former NFL quarterback who led protests against racial injustice and police brutality by taking to one knee during the national anthem was a risk. Will it pay off? The early indicators are mixed.
When you are leading marketing for a global brand, there is a lot at stake, especially with these kinds of decisions. What happens when you take a risk that backfires? You can learn some important lessons, but you do need to be wiser how move forward, not only on behalf of your organization but for the potential impact on your career.
Took a Leadership Risk That Backfired? Here’s How to Recover | Fast Company
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