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Tips to Empower and Help Women to Delegate in the Workplace

During Women’s History Month this year, we look at how women in the workplace can better delegate responsibilities and duties. Delegating in the office can be a delicate balance of being assertive and direct but also gracious and understanding of other’s needs. It is important to remember that delegating is not a sign of weakness, […]

We want to hear from you!

Ethics Matters February 2021 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) invites you to participate in a 15-minute survey to provide valuable feedback on the CPT’s brand strategy. The results of this project will shape future strategies for marketing and communication for the CPT, so your responses are very important. Thank you in advance […]

STUDENT NEWS

Ethics Matters February 2021 The Lead with Integrity (LWI) Speaker Series is back! Over the course of three days, for one hour each day, national speakers will present on topics such as ethical leadership, equity, integrity, academic honesty, and more. StudentCPT and non StudentCPT leaders alike are invited to join the virtual leadership conference. Learn […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY Going WIDE in 2021

Ethics Matters February 2021 We are excited about this year and what we will accomplish in 2021. The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) will go WIDE in 2021. Allow me to explain. Wisdom…At the CPT, we often speak of the value of a mentor. Regardless of age or experience level, we all need […]

The CPT Cohosts 15th Annual Audit Conference

Ethics Matters February 2021 More than 150 business leaders, public accountants, educators, and policy setters convened for Ensuring Integrity: The 15th Annual Audit Conference, on December 1 – 2, 2020. Hosted by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College and the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), the annual conference provided […]

GOOD NEWS: Amazon Updates the Public on How it is Helping Protect Employees and Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ethics Matters February 2021 For nearly a year since this pandemic began, essential workers have been just that – essential. They have helped purchase groceries for families, taught children in virtual classrooms, and delivered packages and mail. As we continue to quarantine in our homes, delivery drivers and fulfillment center workers continue to help us […]

2020 NASBA CPT Run for What’s Right Virtual 5K Recap

Ethics Matters February 2021 During the last quarter of 2020, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s (CPT) Run for What’s Right Virtual 5K brought together 40 participants from across the country who committed to complete a run, walk or equivalent activity of 3.1 miles. This year, the CPT was delighted to have several students […]

Board Member Spotlight

Ethics Matters February 2021 We asked these NASBA NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) CPT Board members the following question: Why do you believe the CPT is needed? David Costello, CPA – The CPT is not a cure for illicit and unethical behavior, but it does point university students, professionals, businesses, and government to […]

Don’t Attend Another Virtual Meeting Without Doing These Things First!

Five Ways to Enhance Your Zoom Experience If you work from home, chances are that you have attended a Zoom meeting (or a hundred). Since early last year, those that work from home have relied on technology more than perhaps they have ever before. From a strong Wi-Fi network to conducting meetings online, our workdays […]

How Do We Learn from Our Mistakes?

What we may have learned from this year, is that even with the best of intentions, things do not always go the way we wish they might. Regardless, we pick ourselves up, continue moving forward with the information at hand and try to do our best. As such, if you find that you made a […]