Talking the Walk®1 – the definitive guide to CSR Communication e-Book (2016)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)



The 140-page book contains analysis of over 25 research reports from the past 3 years from around the globe on CSR, sustainability, communication and charity investment, as well as new, previously un-released research from 2015 and April 2016 by Di Marzio Research, commissioned by Cavill + Co.  It also contains ‘Top Ten Talking Guidelines’ for companies and communications professionals for 2018 and beyond.

Talking the Walk® is the ‘definitive guide to communicating CSR & Social Good’, and was released on 26 July 2016.  If you are already practicing CSR, or are about to embark on the journey then this is a must read. The way to communicate CSR & Social Good has radically changed and done well, it can win back mistrusting and cynical Australian consumers.

Upon purchase you will be sent an email which will contain a link, unique to you, to download your report.  When you purchase the report you will be sent a second email within 2 business days with details of how you can access the Talking the Walk® Resource Centre which contains an extraordinary array of resources for social good communicating including:

    • Supplementary Reports
      1 – A Snapshot of Aussies – detailing the profile, behaviour, attitudes and giving patterns of Australians from Gen Z to Pre Boomers
      2 – Social media driven campaigns6 successful and inspiring campaigns that show how to utilise social media to spread an important social message
    • Research reports
    • Access to all 25 reports that were analysed by Cavill + Co in preparing the Talking the Walk® report, including new research from Di Marzio Research 2016
    • PowerPoint presentation from the Melbourne launch 26 July 2016
    • An array of videos for inspiration
    • Storytelling backgrounder
    • CSR & Sustainability Reports from around the world

Important request before you complete your ‘purchase’

Talking the Walk® has been produced by Cavill + Co, a small boutique consultancy in Warburton.  We’d greatly appreciate it if you’d think twice before redistributing this link (or the files from the link) to another person as it means we lose income that could have gone back into our business to create more juicy reports like this!  Thank you in advance for your stand for integrity!


8 reviews for Talking the Walk®1 – the definitive guide to CSR Communication e-Book (2016)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Catherine Moolenschot – Author and Speaker, founder of Inspire Greatness

    “Normally when someone says ‘report’ I glaze over – not only did I love reading Talking the Walk – I couldn’t put it down! Hailey has synthesised a crazy amount of information into an engaging, illuminating, fascinating read. I hope ALL corporates and businesses read and implement this, it’s such a shame they don’t effectively communicate the good they do! I am honestly blown away by the information Hailey shares, and am even more amazed by how enjoyable it was to read! Hailey is a master writer.”

  2. Kim Di Marzio – Director – Di Marzio Research (verified owner)

    “A fantastic piece of work Hailey. You have really practised what you preach with Talking the Walk exemplifying beautifully the difference that understanding, effort, substance and communication make to effective CSR. Most important, the report highlights the HOW TO of CSR for corporates and those clear guidelines together with the Hero’s story pull everything together so well.”

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey Nevill – Marketing Sponsorship Manager – Caltex Australia

    “There is a wealth of information online about Corporate Social Responsibility however it tends to be dated, non-Australian specific and at times contradictory. This report truncates a wealth of research and information and when combined with new bespoke research provides one meaty consistent report. It is easy to read and apply plus boldly suggests a new path forward for communicating CSR. Corporate early adopters of this report will reap the benefits! “

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lachlan Ewers – Customer Optimisation – National Australia Bank

    The power has shifted to the people. This report succinctly discusses the need for the communication of CSR & Social Good to adapt, and guides you on how to do it.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lia Harman

    Brilliant and insightful interpretation of data……I know as a consumer the behaviour of a company dictates whether I buy from that company, and yet we often don’t know what this company is about beyond its advertising. Great value and the Resource centre has a wealth of valuable information

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Danni Price

    An extensive amount of valuable information in this book that was well thought of and researched by Hailey and her team. The resource centre that comes with the purchase has a wealth of information in all different forms, and I found that being Australian based and current, I could really relate.
    A great read for any business that is already practising CSR or thinking about it!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dora Nikols

    The insights in this report are brilliant. The report has effectively analysed the most critical data relevant to the Australian market which makes a strong case for promoting your CSR efforts and also provides a guide on how to authentically communicate your social good so you win the hearts, minds and emotions of your audience. I highly recommend this report as a tool for any communication department who wants to effectively and authentically communicate the good they are doing.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Patricia Scheetz

    It takes a truly talented and knowledgeable person to make 140-page report interesting, but Hailey, you’ve done it! As the CEO of a charity, wading through the seemingly complex world of CSR is nothing short of daunting, yet this report explains it so well, arming us with useful knowledge to present to potential corporate partners about communicating their CSR and social good. An insightful, engaging and game-changing read for any Corporate Communications team.

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