Celebrating 19 Years of Logos


To our clients, colleagues, and friends,

This week Logos Consulting Group begins our 20th year in operation. As we complete our 19th year, we want to take a moment to thank all of you for your support and confidence over the years.

We are blessed to have the opportunity to pursue our mission – to equip people to become leaders who ignite and inspire change in the world for the good – with hundreds of clients and thousands of people across the United States and the world.

As of this week, Logos has worked with 403 clients. Some have been our clients for decades, including before Logos was around. Some were clients only for a single project. Some are industry leaders, such as some of the largest money center banks, insurance companies, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, industrial and manufacturing companies, and hospitality companies. Some are younger, smaller, and more entrepreneurial organizations. We’ve also worked with non-profits, cultural organizations, educational institutions, and religious and multi-religious institutions. And we’ve been honored to work with various branches and joint commands of the U.S. armed forces throughout this time.

We’ve also worked with clients where they are. In our 19 years (more precisely, the 17 ½ years before COVID), we have worked on the ground in 42 U.S. states and in 40 countries on five continents.

In our time we have been able to build out our three primary areas of practice: Crisis Management, Crisis Communication, and Executive Leadership Development. Over our 19 years, Logos team members, past and present, have authored or co-authored seven books (thirteen, if you include revised editions and translations). And through our publishing arm, we have published two books by non-Logos authors, with more on the way. And Logos team members served on graduate professional faculties, have been contract lecturers, and have been guest speakers in dozens of universities around the world.

The last 18 months have been difficult for many people and organizations, including Logos. But we are emerging stronger, better positioned to fulfill our mission and to find new ways to help leaders and the organization they run build competitive advantage and promote meaningful change.

I especially want to thank all those who worked at Logos in various capacities over the years: As staff, as interns, as consultants and business partners, as service providers. And to thank their families, who made their service possible.

We enter our 20th year with deep gratitude, with humility, and with enthusiasm. Here’s to the next 20 years….