Simon Robinson

Simon Robinson, Director at LGB Australia & New Zealand, is a specialist in measurement and benchmarking of corporate community investments and impact assessment via the LBG methodology. As a corporate social responsibility professional since the early 1990s, and with more than 25 years’ experience, Simon has held a range of positions including Deputy Regional Director for Business in the Community (UK), GM for Corporate Responsibility at Sensis and inaugural CEO of Melbourne/Australia Cares.

Experience in operational and strategic management of organizations including communications, people, stakeholder relations, finance, fundraising and partnership brokerage puts Simon at the forefront of corporate community investment, particularly when it comes to commenting in the media.

Posts by Simon Robinson

  • Ongoing Study May Lead to Better Measurement of Social Impact (05.09.14 )

    By Simon Robinson, Director, LBG Australia & New Zealand Investing in the community is now business as usual for companies. Stakeholders expect it, and it is an integral part of good corporate citizenship. However, the majority of companies in Australia and New Zealand do not measure the impact of those community investments. But a longitudinal […]

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