On Wednesday June 19, Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership hosted more than 50 guests to celebrate the launch of the latest addition to the Logos Institute Best Practices Series, Five Frequencies: Leadership Signals that Turn Culture into Competitive Advantage. The event was as much a celebration as it was a networking opportunity for those in attendance, which included a mix of professional connections, former students, as well as friends and family of the co-authors and hosts.

Five Frequencies is available in paperback and ebook formats, with an audio version on the way.

The book’s co-authors, Jeff Grimshaw, Tanya Mann, Lynne Viscio, and Jennifer Landis use their 20+ years of research and experience to inform readers in Five Frequencies on how leaders can transform organizational culture from bad to good or good to great. In alignment with the Logos Institute Best Practices Series’ goal of providing readers with readily applicable tools and concepts, Five Frequencies contains more than 20 actionable tips, called ‘Signal Boosts’ in the book, for readers to start transforming organizational culture today.

Two of the book’s four co-authors Jeff Grimshaw (near left) and Tanya Mann (center) mingling with guests.

The authors expressed their gratitude for Logos Institute’s partnership in publishing the book, especially to the book’s editor and Logos Institute fellow Holly Helstrom, who championed the book to be part of the Institute’s Best Practices Series and managed the publishing process from start to finish.

Jeff Grimshaw, one of the book’s co-authors, and Logos Institute executive director Helio Fred Garcia.

Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership is an incubator for creating and publishing ideas that provide rigorous analysis and practical application of key leadership principles, best practices, trends, and skills. The Institute is as equally devoted to being an industry think tank as it is to creating networking opportunities for industry professionals and strategic communication students to connect and find professional opportunities to advance the field.

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