Learn From: The Relevance Of CSR Today

Jul 14, 2015 1 Min Read

As shared by John Elkington

John Elkington is the founding partner and executive chairman of Volans. He is recognised as the world authority on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development for over three decades.

Due to his contribution and efforts in promoting CSR for better business practices, BusinessWeek described John as “a dean of the corporate responsibility movement”.

As John continues to advocate companies to go on board with CSR, listen as John shares how the perception of CSR initiatives have changed over the years from “Don’t talk to me about it” to “How do we do it?”.

For more leadership videos from Leaderonomics Media, click here.

Share This


Lay Hsuan was part of the content curation team for Leaderonomics.com, playing the role of a content gatekeeper as well as ensuring the integrity of stories that came in. She was an occasional writer for the team and was previously the caretaker for Leaderonomics social media channels. She is still happiest when you leave comments on the website, or subscribe to Leader's Digest, or share Leaderonomics content on social media.

You May Also Like


How Doing Well By Doing Good Is Good Business

Do you believe you are investing for a greater good when you do good through your business? For former chairman of Hindustan Unilever Limited T Thomas, it is now his legacy. What is yours?

Mar 12, 2018 1 Min Read

Muay Thai

Futuristic Enterprise EP8: Discover Muay Thai

Co-Founders of Discover Muay Thai, Imran Harith, CEO and Khairul Azri Mohamad Khalid, COO on how their training centre is helping children rebuild their lives.

Sep 07, 2021 0 Min Podcast


Muru Annamalai, Abbvie Head of Commercial, International

This segment highlights an interview between Muru Annamalai from Abbvie with Roshan Thiran, host of the Leaderonomics Show. Watch this insightful interview as Muru shares how he has succeeded to become a global leader from Malaysia

Mar 01, 2017 32 Min Video

Be a Leader's Digest Reader