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Organizational ethical code

Ethical code

Compiling an ethical code is a complex and special task.

You are responsible for putting the organization's ethos into words.

This involves hours of meetings, in-depth discussions and a genuine desire by those involved to thoroughly investigate what makes the organization unique, to determine what differentiates it from similar organizations, and the desire to lead and be a success story in its field.


The code must be cleverly worded and be introspective and extrospective at the same time, encompassing all ranks and categories within the organization.  


The code must also be forward looking as changes cannot be made frequently.  

Here are several examples of ethical codes that we were involved in writing and assimilating.

The codes are from different organizations with diverse characteristics.



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