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Logos Consulting Group helps clients manage the decisions that need to be made when things have the potential to go very wrong.
With over 35 years of experience helping institutions mitigate risk and recover from reputation-threatening events, Logos is an industry leader in crisis management and strategic communication that can help you maintain the trust and confidence of stakeholders when reputations are on the line.
In our executive coaching work at The Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership, we work with leaders from across industries and geographies to offer comprehensive training that combines dynamic instructional methods with the latest research from our idea laboratory.
We work closely with senior management teams to illuminate best practices and emerging trends as well as provide guidance on how to define, implement and communicate corporate responsibility efforts.
Should businesses take public stances on social and political issues? The simplest answer to such a complex question is, it depends. But more and more, the answer is yes. Find out why.
Logos Consulting Group president Helio Fred Garcia and Climb Leadership Consulting CEO Chuck Garcia will jointly teach several leadership courses this spring at Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, also known as Columbia Engineering.
Logos Publishes E-Book on Crisis Communication Best Practices with Leading Media Monitoring Firm Critical Mention
Logos Consulting Group is pleased to announce that it has authored a brief e-book on best practices in crisis communication for public relations professionals that was published by the media monitoring firm Critical Mention. The e-book is part of Critical Mention’s series on Resources for Public Relations Professionals.
Humility isn’t a word we often see in business. Humility all too often is interpreted as weakness, especially in competitive cultures like Wall Street, politics, or the top of big organizations. But in 2018, the best leaders will exhibit humility; the best-handled crises will be those where humility prevails.