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To expand the number of organizations that can legitimately be called trustworthy because they consistently demonstrate the values, practices, and processes that warrant stakeholder trust.


To provide tools and solutions for leaders to build trustworthy organizations that can sustain excellence across all stakeholder groups.

The Decision To Trust

Read the definitive book on leadership and trust
by Dr. Robert Hurley


Upcoming Events

What's New?

June 18-19, 2014

With the Conference Board, CFTO hosted a very successful Forum on Building a Trustworthy Organization last week in New York City. We would like to thank all our speakers and attendees for contributing to a very educational and spirited two days of discussion. More information about the conference will be posted soon on this site.


March 20-21, 2014

Dr. Hurley represented the CFTO as part of Ethisphere Institute's 2014 Global Ethics Summit. His panel "Is Compliance Enough? How to Foster Ethical Decision-Making From the Top Down" focused on how organizations can go beyond mere regulatory requirements to build an ethical culture.


December 19, 2013
CFTO completed its first presentation on trust analysis using our Trust Survey.


November 21-23, 2013
Dr. Hurley traveled to Singapore to help present the 7th FINT Workshop on Trust Within and Between Organizations hosted by Singapore Management University.

October 25, 2013
Our 2013 Summit on Building the Trustworthy Organization was a resounding success! See videos and more here.

October 9, 2013

We are pleased to announce our collaboration with the Global Summit on Negotiation & Trust! This summit will take place from November 8-10, 2013 in Phoenix, AZ.

Click here for more details


September 18, 2013

Trust Digest (September 16, 2013)

is now available.


Conference Registration Now Open!
Register now to claim your spot!


New blog post:

A Lesson from JPMorgan Chase on Accountability, Fear, and the Trustworthy Organization

July 24, 2013

CFTO has released its newly validated survey which measures organization trust and trustworthiness.

Read more
Why an Honor System Doesn't Work for banks?


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