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BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership

The BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership works to develop ethical leaders and to become a catalyst for ethical thought, analysis and engagement. Ideally, by educating today's leaders and students - tomorrow's leaders - the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership can create a deeper understanding of how ethical leadership applies to individuals, organizations and communities.


Provide support for a north Georgia leadership community that understand and incorporates their values in daily ethical decisions and actions impacting the everyday lives of citizens.


Facilitate critical thinking, promote ethical decision making and support education in ethical leadership through education, research and professional development programs at the community, university and K-12 levels.


The BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership was founded by the Mike Cottrell College of Business and BB&T Corporation in 2012. The concept of the center was originally presented by the Mike Cottrell College of Business faculty and staff. The relationship between the Mike Cottrell College of Business and BB&T Corporation is a natural fit through similar core values and the importance of ethical leadership development in both organizations.


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