National Consortium for Character-Based Leadership

Established in 2005, the National Consortium for Character-Based Leadership works to disseminate the belief that character and leadership must be fostered simultaneously. The Center brought together teachers, administrators, academics, and professional leaders to together to work on creative approaches to support this belief in our youth. Beginning in 2009, CCSPC Senior Fellow Bud Krogh spoke at several NCCBL conferences about his unique experiences while working under President Nixon and the lessons he learned that resulted in “The Integrity Zone,” a decision-making model intended to help people make choices based on integrity in their professional and personal lives.