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As one of the prominent brands in the global automotive market, Toyota needs to provide satisfaction to stakeholders to maintain its reputation. The purpose of this article is to explain how Toyota ensures these satisfactions by implementing Corporate Social Performance (CSP). Toyota aims to grow into a company that will be good corporate citizenship that is trusted by all their stakeholders and support the society affluent over all the business activities. This is important as the result of the CSP is shaping consumer's perception toward brand in terms of brand personality and playing a central role in sustaining Toyota's long-term objectives. This paper employs research methods by systematically reviewing the relevant literature. Inclusion criteria will be that (a) sources contain the key terms of "Toyota" and/or "Corporate Social Performance", (b) sources are published in English, (c) sources are more recent than 2009. This paper will review the social performance of the Toyota Motor Corporation as corporate citizenship and the impacts of all stakeholders both on negative and positive aspects. This paper will also discuss the current, past and future actions of Toyota social performance. It is discovered that Toyota is dedicated to showing the world that a sustainable society is a greater good for all stakeholders. This will help to create a greater reputation for Toyota and fulfil the needs of stakeholders. By these social performances, investors and top talents will be attracted to work with Toyota.

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Corporate Social Performance good corporate citizenship Toyota's Company

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Mpehle, Z., Farhansyah, A., Haeruddin, M. I. W., & Haeruddin, M. I. M. (2021). One Way or Another: A Report of Toyota’s Company Social Performance . International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 2(2), 65-70. https://doi.org/10.51629/ijeamal.v2i2.49

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