Hardyment, Richard

Richard is an Associate Director and leads Corporate Citizenship’s work on research and futures. He specialises in helping clients to identify long-term issues that impact on corporate responsibility. Clients include Unilever, Aegis, Mars, Mondelez International and United Utilities. Before joining Corporate Citizenship, he was a Senior Strategic Advisor at Forum for the Future, the sustainability NGO, and he was previously a political and communications advisor to the Conservative Party. He has particular expertise in strategy planning, thought leadership and communications. He has an MA from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from Imperial College, London

Posts by Hardyment, Richard

  • The Impact-Aspiration Gap: Why Companies Aren’t Living Up to Their Own Ambitions (05.19.16 )

    By Richard Hardyment, Associate Director, Corporate Citizenship How many businesses can claim to be making a real difference in their communities? If you take a look through any Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, it’s filled with bold statements about “transforming lives” and “scaling impact.” However, the reality—according to new research from Corporate Citizenship—is that there’s […]

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