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Leaders change the world. But they don’t do it alone.
They ignite others toward a common cause. They inspire others to believe in their vision of a better world. Of a kinder world. Of inclusion. Of peace. Of justice. Of so much more.
At Logos Consulting Group, we believe in this world and we see this world in the work that we do. Our mission is to build a better world by equipping people to become leaders who ignite change in the world for the good.
We do this by helping our clients inspire those who matter to them to make a difference in their own industries and communities, and the world at large. We advise and coach our clients in three key areas: crisis management; crisis communication; and executive coaching.
This was an important and timely move on Exxon’s part. They named it a hypothetical call, thereby defining the nature of the crisis. And they made clear that the call never happened. If they hadn’t acted as quickly and clearly, they would have lost control of the narrative, leading to negative consequences.
President Trump likes to label anything he doesn’t agree with Fake News. But it turns out that he’s the largest disseminator of misinformation about coronavirus, according to Cornell University’s Alliance for Science.
Overnight the world learned that President Trump and the First Lady both tested positive for COVID-19. If this is true, I wish them a full recovery. But our challenge isn’t whether Trump has COVID-19; it’s that the nation does. And it didn’t have to be this way.
With two hundred thousand American fatalities so far, three quarters of which could have been prevented through decisive and consistent leadership, Trump’s handling of COVID-19 may be more than the failure of a leadership test of a lifetime. It may well be the worst handled crisis, and the most significant failure of leadership, in United States history.