Native American Code Of Ethics For Organization’s Success

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Native American Code Of Ethics For Organization’s Success

Posted on 18 June 2018 | 11:46 am by

Ethics are principles based on values. They help us distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable behavior and action.

In an organizational setting, code of ethics becomes a vital part to provide all levels of employees with guidance on what it means to do the right thing.

Still, the ethical violation is now becoming common among tribal council members as well as between staff in the tribal organization. It could range from abusing time or taking home items from work to more serious issues like fraud or having a conflict of interest. The main conflict arises due to differences in one’s own values and believes versus the organization’s values and believes.

An attempt to improve ethical behavior will only succeed if all factors influencing that behavior are recognized and addressed.

Every Native American organization has a set code of ethics. This Native American code of ethics addresses a lot of potential areas that may arise which can be an ethical violation.

Look at it this way, when a tribal organization acts consistently in an ethical way it makes the staff feel proud to be a part of the organization. Thus it is vital to get your staff ethically trained; to learn how to build trust by consistently making the right ethical choices. Seeing this other person will also want to work with you, knowing they will be fairly treated.

Our training topics are:

-          Implementing the four agreements

-          Legal versus doing the right thing

-          Ethical decision-making models

-          Native American code of ethics best practices

-          Rewarding ethical behavior

Become a forward-thinking employer and implement workplace ethical policies. To start with you need to first:

-          Know the law

-          Set expectations

-          Train your staff

-          Put someone in charge

-          Be fair

Red road leadership helps you to identify an ethical issue and suggest an alternate course of action. finally, we use ethical reasoning to decide on a course of action.

Contact us for implementing and training your organization staff on Native American code of ethics which will bring about a systematic change within your organization and strengthen your system so you will be able to fulfill your mission statement.

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