by The International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction ( ibstpi®)
Guiding Standards: Responsibilities to the Organization
- Provide efficient, effective, workable, and cost-effective solutions that advance organizational performance goals.
- Initiate and collaborate in organizational decision-making.
- Educate the organization in matters of instructional design and performance improvement.
- Inform the organization of potential conflicts of interest, and ethical, legal, and due process violations.
- Protect the privacy, candor, and confidentiality of information and communication of the organization and its members.
- Do not misuse organizational information for personal gain.
Guiding Standards: Responsibilities to Others
- Be honest and fair in interactions with others.
- Treat others with dignity and respect.
- Facilitate individual accomplishment.
- Do not engage in exploitative relationships.
- Do not discriminate unfairly in actions related to hiring, retention, salary adjustments and promotion.
- Do not represent the ideas or work of others as one's own.
- Do not make false or deceptive claims about self, others, or the work of the training function.
Guiding Standards: Responsibilities to the Profession
- Seek and acknowledge the contributions of others.
- Aid and be supportive of colleagues.
- Commit time and effort to the development of the profession.
- Promote the enforcement of ethical standards.
Guiding Standards: Responsibility to Society.
- Support humane, socially responsible goals and projects for the organization.
- Ensure that training products and procedures reflect moral and ethical positions on societal issues.
- Consider the consequences of proposed solutions upon individuals, organizations, and the society as a whole.
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