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The CPT Launches HBCU Initiative

One of the most significant business strategies and simultaneous ethical dilemmas is diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB). Now more than ever, there is a need to educate leaders and organizations on the exponential impact of purposeful efforts to address deficiencies in DEIB. To tackle these issues, the NASBA Center For the Public Trust (CPT) […]

Take Chances This Year

A new year comes with new responsibilities, goals and adventures. Staying consistent means focusing on new chances, opportunities and the endless possibilities that will drive better outcomes. in this new year, seize the opportunity to become an ethical leader. Challenge yourself to discover your leadership style and strengths, confront ethical dilemmas you may face and […]

The Value of Giving

The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is grateful for all of the partners, donors, students, and faculty supporting our work. Through the collective involvement of each of you, we are able to accomplish much. As you assess making year end contributions, please consider supporting our student programs. Visit our StudentCPT website to learn […]

Ways to Practice Gratitude

In October, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) hosted its annual fundraiser in conjunction with NASBA’s 116th Annual Meeting in New York, NY. As a new employee with NASBA and it being my first fundraiser with the CPT, I wasn’t sure what to expect in the way of proceeds raised and the overall […]

How to Celebrate World Kindness Day 

November 13 is World Kindness Day! World Kindness Day began in 1998 and was started by the World Kindness Movement. This organization was formed in 1997 when Japan brought kindness organizations from across the globe together at a Tokyo conference. Currently, the organization is comprised of over 28 countries.  World Kindness Day is observed in multiple countries, such […]

Don’t Be Afraid to Do the Right Thing 

As a young professional, it is important to understand your role to effectively complete the tasks assigned when at work. You also must understand the corporate culture and be aware of ethical dilemmas that can derail your career.  A Harvard study of young professionals uncovered alarming data. Young professionals aged 30 and younger with two […]

Cuffed for a Cause

The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), is excited to serve as host to the “Cuffed for a Cause” themed annual fundraiser. The event will be held during NASBA’s 116th Annual Meeting on Monday, October 30, in New York, NY.  The CPT will be revisiting a popular and successful fundraiser originally held in 2014, […]

Goal Setting for the School Year

As you continue through the new semester, it is important to prioritize the tasks ahead. Between classes, assignments and exams, there may be a lot on your mind. Don’t panic! Now is the time to breathe, focus and organize to ensure a successful year. It will be very helpful if you set SMART goals. What […]

How To Best Plan Chapter Meetings

Need help organizing your chapter meetings? Below is a comprehensive outline for conducting NASBA Student Center for the Public Trust (StudentCPT) meetings. Highlighting expectations and chapter requirements to stay on course for the semester is key to a successful StudentCPT year. Creating a calendar that aligns with what the StudentCPT national office and your campus […]

2023 StudentCPT Leadership Conference Recap

The 2023 StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC) was held in Kansas, MO, at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown, from June 26-28, 2023. This year’s conference theme was “Uncommon Leadership for Uncommon Times,” reiterating the importance of ethical leadership throughout changes in society. The SLC was held in conjunction with the NASBA Western Regional Meeting with a […]