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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.
Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership Presents Inaugural Outstanding Leader Award to James E. Lukaszewski
On Thursday, November 16th, Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership gathered with nearly 50 communication industry guests to celebrate James E. Lukaszewski, “America’s Crisis Guru”®, as he was honored as the inaugural, 2017 recipient of the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership Outstanding Leader Award.
Logos Consulting Group is pleased to note that Logos President Helio Fred Garcia has launched a new elective, Advanced Leadership: Crisis Management for Engineers, for graduate students at Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, also known as Columbia Engineering.
Religions for Peace is the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious coalition, and has been a Logos pro bono publico client for 15 years. Logos President Helio Fred Garcia has been on its Board of International Trustees for six years. In Mid-October to Board and Religions for Peace’s World Council of religious leaders met in Rome to plan for the 2019 World Assembly of Religions for Peace.
Lyft’s new slogan “It matters how you get there” prompts a natural and provocative follow-up question, what matters how you get there? The answer, is the integrity of the individuals, companies, or organizations consumers choose to be involved with.