Argenti, a professor of corporate communication, says that in order to save his reputation and career Christie needed to admit that he had made a mistake. “He should have come out and said, ‘I’m sorry this happened. I created the atmosphere where this occurred. I need to look within my soul and figure out how to change that. I’m very sorry.’ ”
Argenti also says, “There’s absolutely no way he can regain trust unless he changes his personality. But that would make him a less interesting person. People like how he’s such a bombastic, hard-charging guy. He’d have to become a nice guy.”
Read the full story, published 1/23/14 by Forbes.