A Code of Conduct is a written collection of the rules, principles,
values, and commitments that a government, business or organization operates with.
A Code of Conduct provides leadership and employees with operational expectations, expected behaviors, and acceptable relationships that an
organization considers significant and fundamental to their
A Code of Conduct clearly states expected qualities and
values that make an organization remarkable.
The Code of Conduct serves as a framework for ethical decision making
policies within an organization.
The Code of Conduct is a Communicated Commitment
that informs internal and external stakeholders, community members and customers about what is valued by a
particular organization, its employees and management.
The Code of Conduct is the heart and soul of a company.
The Code of Conduct as an in depth view of what an organization believes....
how a Tribal Nation, their government, the leadership, Nation members and their employees see themselves and their
relationship with each other and the world.
The Code of
Conduct paints a picture of how the Ethics of a Nation, its Government, its businesses, their employees, customers, partners, and
suppliers can expect to be treated as a result of an organization's stated Code of Conduct.
Who Develops a Code of Conduct?
All governments, businesses and organizations should develop a Code of Conduct to promulgate principles and ethics to Nation members, customers, employees, and stakeholders.
Non-profits create a Code of Conduct for these reasons and to ensure
that employees and clients understand and trust their mission of
Governments especially should have a Code of Conduct, after all, they are paid by the people to do work for the people of their Nation.
Bottom line... we all need to have defined guidelines and clear boundaries and be held accountable for our actions.
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