Contact Dark Horse Strategies  Return Home || Dark Horse Strategiescoach

Dark Horse Strategies Dark Horse StrategiesBusiness Coaching & Management Consulting Services || Dark Horse Strategies Business  Coaching & Management Consulting
 
   
    Home>Consulting>Ethics  
strategic planning
business consulting Coaching
management consulting
business consulting Management
Consulting

 
management consulting Business Planning
 
management consulting Marketing
 
management consulting Strategic Planning
 
management consulting Change Management
 
management consulting Leadership & Executive Development
  business planning
management consulting Resources
 
management consulting Publications
 
management consulting Contact
 
management consulting Company
 
management consulting Home
Client
Login
management consulting  

 

Consulting Code of Ethics

Responsibilities to the Client

Due Care: A member shall act in the best interest of the client, providing professional services with integrity, objectivity, and independence.

A member shall not encourage unrealistic client expectations.

Business Development: A member shall not adopt any method of obtaining business that detracts from the professional image of the Institute or its members.

Competence: A member shall accept only those assignments that the member has the knowledge and skill to perform.

Informed Client: A member shall, before accepting an assignment, reach a mutual understanding with the client as to the assignment objectives, scope, workplan, and costs.

Fee Arrangement: A member shall establish fee arrangements with a client in advance of any substantive work and shall inform all relevant parties when such arrangements may impair or may be seen to impair the objectivity or independence of the member.

A member shall not enter into fee arrangements which have the potential to compromise the member's integrity or the quality of services rendered.

Conflict: A member shall avoid acting simultaneously for two or more clients in potentially conflicting situations without informing all parties in advance and securing their agreement to the arrangement.

A member shall inform a client of any interest that may impair or may be seen to impair professional judgment.

A member shall not take advantage of a client relationship by encouraging, unless by way of an advertisement, an employee of that client to consider alternate employment without prior discussion with the client.

Confidentiality: A member shall treat all client information as confidential.

Objectivity: A member shall refrain from serving a client under terms or conditions that impair independence and a member shall reserve the right to withdraw from the assignment if such becomes the case.

~ Canadian Association of Management Consultants

 

Dark Horse Strategies will help you reach your business goals at least cost to you. Contact us at info@darkhorsestrategies.com to explore how our consultants can serve your business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

spacer
 

2008 Dark Horse Strategies  All rights reserved.  We value your right to privacy.

Web Site Design by Web Well B-N Consulting Inc.

Site Map