The India CSR, a leading media company of CSR and Sustainability appointed world renowned academician and management thinker Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas as their ‘Goodwill Ambassador for Sustainability‘. Prof (Dr) Colin Coulson-Thomas is an experienced vision holder of successful transformation programmes and chairman of award winning start-ups.
His appointment is an appreciation of his excellent contribution to the worlds of Corporate Governance and Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility (CSR).
A Fellow World Academy of Productivity Science / Honoured Fellow, Institute for Responsible Leadership, Prof Colin is a visionary, global thought leader, academician and author; who has helped directors and entrepreneurs in over 40 countries to improve director, board and corporate performance.
A versatile and great personality Prof Colin is an embodiment of indomitable spirit to strive for creating the difference to the greater good. He has been making a difference and creating a positive impact among business leaders across the globe.
An experienced chairman of award winning organizations and vision holder of successful transformation programmes, he has authored over 60 books and reports. Prof Colin has held public appointments at local, regional and national level and professorial appointments in Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East, India and China.
Rusen Kumar, Founder and CEO, India CSR stated, ‘We are thrilled with Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas’s appointment. He is incredibly well-prepared to lead the sustainability discourse and will undoubtedly bring enthusiasm and passion to his role’.
When asked what drove him to Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas in the first place Rusen Kumar highlighted the India CSR’s open door, collaborative and collegiate culture. India CSR is an incredibly friendly workplace. As a leading CSR media, we have to play a major role in promoting a sustainable and low carbon future. Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas is truly incredible in this regard.
“Sustainability and CSR are extremely personal goals for me and I stand in solidarity with the India CSR in their mission and vision,” Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas said.
“We cannot continue as before with activities that degrade the environment, reduce biodiversity and contribute to global warming. Individual and collective assumptions, aspirations, goals and priorities may have to be reviewed and re-thought. Organisations also need to change. Many of them could be repurposed, renewed and revitalised.”, he said.
“Transition and transformation possibilities, new models of business, operation and service, and alternative ways of working, learning and living abound. The reimagining, reshaping and revisioning of desired and shared futures to be more inclusive, responsible and sustainable requires caring creativity and commitment and inspiration, innovation and invention. Together these interrelated activities represent exciting opportunities to engage and connect and they offer unprecedented scope for collaboration, enterprise and social entrepreneurship.”, he added.
India CSR Goodwill Ambassador is incredible achiever in CSR and Sustainability.