What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

“Sustainability”, “corporate social responsibility” or “CSR” are terms that we use to define a business whose goals are to achieve social and environmental progress.  Corporate responsibility is the expression of sustainability in a business context.

At The CSR Group, we distill these terms and make them practical for business as well as helping to achieve positive financial implications for organizations.

The CSR Group will meet you wherever you are in your journey and help clarify how this applies to your business, as it grows and as you address your stakeholders through your best practices. The result is a holistic, authentic, and strategic transformation of your entire business enterprise.

Are you ready to embark on a path to discovering what sustainability means for your business?”

A long-term view:

There are many definitions of sustainable business. Most take social, environmental and economic impacts into consideration, while balancing risks, opportunities and obligations. Some describe it as enabling present generations to be productive and thrive without impeding future generations from doing the same.

When we say “sustainable,” we mean conducting your business with reverence for the economic, social and environmental factors that affect the productivity and longevity of your company. As we guide you along your journey to becoming a responsible business, we start with your core values and most material issues to develop goals that are well-aligned with your overarching mission.

Our tools and solutions can help you decide what impact areas are essential to your success, and build a program that ensures long-term productivity. 


  • Your Journey
  • Our Guidance
  • List of Services

    The following menu of services, provided by The CSR Group, encompasses a co



    strategy. A client may elect to contract any or all of the services described


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