Center for Integrity in Business

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    Business: Through innovative tools, training, and networks, we're building a community where businesspeople and organizations can come for the resources they need to pursue faithful service in the marketplace.

The Center for Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University tackles head-on the real-life challenges faced by business leaders. We bring a distinct Christian perspective to our work, believing that biblical insight and theological understanding are essential for effective business leadership in the world today. The combination of faith and business creates a new and powerful value proposition.

Faith & Co logoFaith & Co.: Business on Purpose, our new online course and film series has had its official premiere, and it is now available to the public.  Visit the Faith&Co. website, view the official trailer or all of the films, or register for the initial offering of our new eight week Business on Purpose instructor-led online course running from April 23 to June 18.  "Business on Purpose reimagines (through the lens of Christian theology) business as a calling to serve the common good."  See this in action through the lives of those who are putting their faith to work in the world of commerce.

Business You Can Believe In

The Center is both action oriented and guided by a commitment to empirical research. Drawing on theological and management scholarship, we seek transformation by creating tools, resources, and learning communities that enable businesspeople to lead with greater integrity for shaping a more just and flourishing world.

Videos from 2014 Faith@Work Summit

Choose from 19 10-20 minute video presentations from business, education, and ministry leaders who gathered at last Fall's Faith@Work Summit in Boston (October 2014).

'Pocket Brochure'

CIB's 'pocket brochure' makes it easy for our friends to share our story with others. We're happy to make them available to you!

ethix

Ethix: An Online Magazine

You’ll read Q&As with such top CEOs as Ford’s Alan Mulally and Alaska Air Group’s Brad Tilden in Ethix, a CIB publication. Find examples of best practices in business, exemplary leadership, technology trends, and more.

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