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.

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.

For companies in industries ranging from consumer products to energy to financial services, demonstrating corporate responsibility has become an increasingly important performance goal. Successfully communicating the ways a company maintains labor standards in its supply chain, contributes to the communities where it operates, or minimizes its environmental impact can enhance a company’s reputation, protect existing operations, generate new business, and create a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Failing to meet expectations of corporate responsibility can prompt public criticism, raise the costs of doing business, and even threaten the viability of the organization itself.

Logos has particular expertise helping companies to better understand and implement the corporate responsibility to respect human rights. Human rights impact management is an emerging discipline that encompasses corporate policy commitments to respect human rights and corporate efforts to any adverse human rights impacts connected to a company’s operations. Integrating human rights considerations and corporate crisis management is one way that companies can identify, prevent and address human rights impacts.

AMONG THE SERVICES WE OFFER:

  • Corporate responsibility strategy development, standard-setting, and implementation counsel.
  • Corporate responsibility scenario planning.
  • Human rights impact management, including due diligence and risk mapping.
  • Stakeholder engagement.
  • Business and human rights education, in-house training, and counseling.

FEATURED CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY POSTS

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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Logos President Interviews on Women Worldwide Podcast

Logos Consulting Group president Helio Fred Garcia was a guest on the June 1, 2018 Women Worldwide Podcast hosted by Deirdre Breakenridge. The podcast is also broadcast on the C-Suite Radio Network.

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Humility: A Competitive Advantage for Leaders

How humility works as a leadership strength in the case of Jack Ma

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Logos Participates in Religions for Peace Board Meeting

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.

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Integrity as Competitive Advantage

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.

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