The Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) recognizes that promoting internal and external awareness about COLE and the consequential leadership issues that it examines is one of the most important aspects to the Center’s success. A key component is leveraging the reputation and extensive network of Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business, academic and practitioner communities and other leadership centers, to foster the free exchange of ideas and theories about leadership & ethics. Through these dynamic partnerships, the COLE leverages intellectual resources and practical experiences to respond to today’s need for ethical leaders and leadership development.

COLE currently partners with the following Duke Schools, departments and student organizations:

Beyond Duke, COLE partners with educational institutions, corporate organizations, non-profits and military institutions. Recent partnerships include:

Other notable past partnerships and programs include: OnBoard Bootcamps in partnership with Susan Stautberg, Co-Founder of OnBoard Bootcamps and WomenCorporateDirectors (WCD); Baker Tilly North America Leadership Program done in partnership with Duke University Executive Education (2008-2010) and; Turning Point Project (2004), for PricewwaterhouseCoopers, in collaboration with The Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke Corporate Education, and Duke University Athletics.