Does your organization have the knowledge to take its CSR or CSR policy to the next level? What has been done to link the SDGs to the services or products it provides? And has your team heard of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at all? 

To truly embed sustainability and social ambitions in the organization requires a profound cultural shift. A collective awareness and higher purpose linked to the services or products an organization provides. With every choice that is made, each individual should reflect on themselves and ask not only what something means for the organizational strategy, but also: what does this development mean for people, society and the environment?


At Trailblazers, professionals are trained to spread the necessary knowledge within the organization and inspire the broader team so that the organization becomes CSR and SDG proof. One moves away from the old 'comply' model and naturally starts striving to be at the forefront and an example in sustainability and social issues within the sector or industry. As a result, the organization becomes socially respected and automatically a magnet for new talent.


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is no longer about solar panels on the roof or driving an electric car. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established by the UN have provided a handle for companies and agencies to collectively contribute to a fairer and cleaner world. Initiatives such as B-Corp internationally and the Code Sociale Ondernemingen in the Netherlands, ensure that there is testing and comparison and a label that people want to be a part of.