Entries by Katie Garcia

PRESS RELEASE: Logos Institute and Communication University of China to Launch Joint Crisis Response Intensive

New York, NY (Sep. 23, 2016) – The Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership is launching a joint intensive crisis response seminar with Communication University of China in Beijing. This will be the first educational initiative jointly offered by, and jointly credentialed by, Logos Institute and a leading university. Communication University of China […]

PRESS RELEASE: New Business and Human Rights Book includes Chapter by Anthony Ewing

New York, NY (April 18, 2016) – Logos Senior Fellow Anthony Ewing surveys corporate human rights reporting requirements worldwide in a chapter he contributed to Business and Human Rights: From Principles to Practice, an interdisciplinary textbook published this month by Routledge. The number of companies worldwide subject to some form of human rights reporting is […]

LOGOS IN THE NEWS: Logos President Featured in Korean Business Weekly

Logos Consulting Group president Helio Fred Garcia was featured on the cover of Korean business magazine ChosunBiz, part of the Chosunilbo newspaper group.  Cosunilbo is the largest newspaper in Korea. The story, by ChosunBiz reporter JaeEun Lee, was based on Garcia’s keynote speech at September’s Chosun Issue Forum: Crisis Management in a Post-MERS Korea in Seoul, plus an interview given during […]

Kristin Johnson Joins Stupid Cancer Team at NASDAQ Bell Ringing

Today, November 25, Logos Senior Fellow Kristin Johnson joined the Stupid Cancer community at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, New York. Surrounded by the support of cancer survivors, caregivers and advocates, Stupid Cancer Founder, Chief Executive Officer and cancer survivor Matthew Zachary rang The Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell. Kristin Johnson reacts to seeing the Stupid Cancer team on […]

Why New York Is Not Paris

ISIS, ISIL (al-Sham), or as they refer to themselves, the Islamic State has continued to shock the world after a recent series of barbaric and catastrophic acts of terror. The French Government has now pledged to refer to the organization as ‘Daesh’, invalidating any relation to the religion of Islam or a state. The shift in language […]

UN Global Compact Publishes Study by Anthony Ewing

As expectations of corporate responsibility become increasingly specific, leading companies are finding ways to integrate environmental, social and governance standards with existing corporate functions. Since the endorsement of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in 2011, for example, global businesses have begun to integrate human rights standards into there operations. Demonstrating respect for human […]

Logos Adds Another Marathoner to the Firm

Logos Consulting Group and Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership recognize Kristin Johnson, senior advisor, for completing her first marathon on Sunday, November 1, in New York City. The TCS New York City Marathon is the world’s largest marathon, with more than 50,000 registered runners. Kristin joins several of her Logos colleagues as an official “marathoner.” Helio […]

Logos Conversation Series: An Interview with Helio Fred Garcia

Helio Fred Garcia, founder of Logos Consulting Group and Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership, has been a trusted advisor, coach, speaker, writer and teacher for more than 36 years. With a global classroom and client roster, as well as several published books and translations, Garcia has undoubtedly touched thousands – if not […]

The Anatomy of Another Apology

One key rule in crisis communication is: Make promises and then deliver them. In my last blog, I applied my 10C Model of Apologies to Volkswagen Then-CEO Martin Winterkorn’s Apology towards the Volkswagen Emission Scandal. And I promised to do the same with current U.S. CEO Michael Horn’s equivalent apology for VW’s emission scandal, that […]