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To become involved now, please contact Dr. Robert Hurley at 212.636.6760 or Rohurley@fordham.edu


Benefits of Being a CFTO Member

Members of the Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations will receive:

  1. Access to cutting edge research on trustworthiness in leadership and organizations.
  2. Involvement in ongoing study groups facilitated by the center (HR, Ethics Officers, Legal and Governance, Communications Officers, Sustainability, Transparency, Accounting, Finance)
  3. Link to a network of academics and practitioners determined to enhance trust
  4. Access to archives of past CFTO articles, videos from CFTO programs and conferences, and other invaluable resources to those interested in legitimately building trust.
  5. Special discounted membership entry to Consortium conferences and other events.

Becoming a CFTO Member


The current yearly rate for CFTO membership is $1,000 for individuals. The form below (available shortly) can be used to contact Dr. Hurley for more information and to begin the process. Membership includes all of the benefits detailed above.


Consortium Partners

 

The center will partner with various organizations that can help achieve the mission and derive mutual benefit. The expectation is that these partners will bring some of the following benefits to the center and that the center will in turn provide benefits to partners.

 

Partner Brings


1.     Funding

2.     Knowledge of trust best practices

3.     People who will collaborate with the center in fielding research, designing and conducting conferences.

4.  Access to people and companies within their network who can benefit from and contribute to learning about trustworthy organizations

 

Consortium Provides


1.            Access to cutting edge research on trustworthiness in leadership and organizations

2.            Involvement in ongoing study groups facilitated by the center (HR, Ethics Officers, Legal and Governance, Communications Officers, Sustainability, Transparency, Accounting, Finance)

3.            Creation of best practices publications with partners from study groups and conferences that will include the logo of partners

4.            Link to a network of academics and practitioners determined to enhance trust

 

 

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