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The Viable Leadership Podcast Episodes

Episode 1: What IS Viable Leadership?  In this episode, NASBA Center for the Public Trust President (CPT) and Viable Leadership Podcast Host Alfonzo Alexander answers the question, “What IS Viable Leadership?” Alexander breaks down the mission of the CPT and its commitment to develop, promote and empower ethical leaders and discusses how Viable Leadership will provide […]

NASBA Center for the Public Trust Announces 2024 Board Appointments

The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), whose vision is advancing ethical leadership to influence the world, announces new appointments to its board of directors for 2024. The CPT is excited to work alongside these leaders as they share their knowledge and expertise through board service.   James Alderson, of La Quinta, CA  – […]

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 […]

The CPT Promotes Ethical Leadership Through Partnerships

The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) has established great relationships with various organizations to further the importance of ethical decision making. The best examples of this would be the partnerships with the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants (KyCPA) and the Alabama Association of School Business Officials (AASBO). These partnerships bring the mission […]

Cuffed for a Cause: Introducing our 2023 Annual Meeting theme!

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is excited to announce that “Cuffed for a Cause” is the theme for this year’s fundraiser to be held during the NASBA Annual Meeting in New York, NY.  This year’s theme is a revisit of a very popular and successful fundraiser held in […]

2023 SLC Speaker Highlight

The NASBA Center for The Public Trust (CPT) is excited to feature Dr. Jason Brooks and Ryan Hirsch as two dynamic speakers for its 2023 StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC)! This year’s SLC will be held June 26-28 in Kansas City, MO, in conjunction with the NASBA Western Regional Meeting. Dr. Brooks is head of talent […]

Being a Difference Award

The NASBA Student Center for the Public Trust (StudentCPT) provides an interactive environment where ethical business behaviors and ideas can flourish on college campuses. Each school year, the StudentCPT will honor one faculty member on each chapter’s campus who positively impact the school by displaying strong, ethical leadership. Campus Being a Difference Award recipients do […]

Ethics are Everywhere: Why Ethical Considerations are Essential in All Aspects of Life

Ethics are not confined to just the realm of professional life, where they are commonly associated with legal and moral obligations. Instead, ethics are present in every facet of our lives, from our personal relationships to our daily routines. Ethical considerations are essential to living a meaningful and fulfilling life and are integral to creating […]

Lead with Integrity: Is What You See Really What You Get?

Ethics Matters Q1 2023 A series of events lately have brought to mind that what we see is not always what we get. You may be wondering what I mean by this. While this cliché is commonly true, I want to challenge your thinking today. I believe what we see is NOT always what we […]