WELCOME TO LOGOS CONSULTING GROUP

BECAUSE GETTING IT WRONG IS NOT AN OPTION

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.

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CRISIS MANAGEMENT

 

Crisis management is the management of choices – the management of decisions that companies and leaders take when things have the potential to go very wrong.

 

CRISIS COMMUNICATION

Crisis communication is a subset of crisis management that focuses on engaging stakeholders to maintain, restore, or enhance trust and confidence when something goes wrong.

EXECUTIVE COACHING

 

A key part of Logos Consulting Group’s client work is conducted via the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership.

 

CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

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.

Opinion: The Dangers of Indirect Calls to Violence

The French philosopher and writer Voltaire warned that those who can make us believe absurdities can make us commit atrocities. Genuine leaders understand the consequences of their words and actions and take responsibility when they see that they are having a dangerous impact. Self-absorbed leaders do not.

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Why Abiding By the Law Is Not Enough to Maintain Trust

Why reputation and trust can be damaged, even when the law is followed

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Humility: A Competitive Advantage for Leaders

How humility helped win trust in the case of Bobby Kennedy.
America lost one of its greatest leaders on June 5, 1968. Fifty years later, when the current administration is treating politics as a zero-sum game that turns people against each other, this leader and the humility he embodied is missed more than ever – a leader who made joint success possible by bringing out harmony and faith among all and whose humble leadership style is the antidote to today’s toxic political atmosphere.

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A Lesson in Listening: What can be learned from the NFL’s response to Colin Kaepernick and #TakeAKnee

A hallmark of effective leadership and crisis response is the ability to learn from others’ mistakes without directly experiencing the pain from those mistakes to learn the lesson. Nike’s latest ad campaign returns attention to an issue regarding the NFL’s and its senior leaders’ response to former San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s social activism efforts.

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“Trust is the natural consequence of expectations and promises that are fulfilled. So, you restore trust by fulfilling promises.”

— Logos President Helio Fred Garcia quoted by Bloomberg