Vancouver Island Chapter
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CSC Member Code of Conduct

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5.0 MemberCode of ConductAdministrative Manual - Part 3 Directives                                                2016-10-23                                 

  

5.0               MEMBERSHIP CODE OF CONDUCT

5.1               REFERENCE        

 5.1.1     By-Laws: 9.6

5.2                  OBJECTIVE                                                                              

5.2.1        ToestablishaCodeofConductthatallCSCmembersmustadheretoasaminimum.

5.3                  GENERAL                                                                                        

 5.3.1        A member of CSC shall:

5.3.1.1           support the goals of CSC.

5.3.1.2           freely exchangenon-confidential information and experience with othermembersofCSC.

5.3.1.3           avoid conduct whichwouldreasonably be regarded as disgraceful,dishonourable or unprofessional.

5.3.1.4           act towards other CSC members with respect, goodwill and fairness.

5.3.1.5           notmaliciouslyunderminethereputationorbusinessofCSCoranyofitsmembers.

5.3.1.6           avoid actionsand situations where themember's personal interestsconflict or appear toconflict with the activities of CSC; if in doubt themember may contact the Registrar for clarification.

5.3.1.7           not use the offices or the facilities of theCorporation for the promotion ofhis personalbusiness or professional interests.

5.3.1.8           not knowingly violate any law or regulation.

 

5.4                  MEETINGS                                                                                        

 5.4.1        All participants inany meeting of CSC members dealing with business ofthecorporationconduct themselves in accordance with the CSC Rules of Order forMeetings andCSC Rules of Engagement forMeetings.

 5.4.2        Rules of Order

5.4.2.1           Respect others’opinions even ifyoudon’tagree

5.4.2.2           Engage every-one and encourage themto speak

5.4.2.3           In a forum, raise your handand be acknowledged before you speak

5.4.2.4           Check egoatthedoor

5.4.2.5           Constructive feedback instead of destructivefeedback

5.4.2.6           Come prepared (this is already inthe roles and responsibilities forDirectors)

5.4.2.7           Every discussion needsa moderator

5.4.2.8           Do not dominate the conversation (this would be facilitated bythemoderator above)

5.4.2.9           Stay with the topic.

5.4.2.10         Takea break if discussions are not progressing in a positive manner.

5.4.2.11         Remember and respect the rules

 

5.4.3        Rules of Engagement

5.4.3.1           Encourage the mentoring of new boardmembers – team new memberswith more experienced members when they join the board

5.4.3.2           Reemphasizedirectors of correspondingmembers of programcommittees

5.4.3.3           Mandatory participation of directors on program committees (sub.ofabove)

5.4.3.4           Verbal statusreport byall participants ateach board meeting

5.4.3.5           Morecommunication (between boardmembers) between meetings

5.4.3.6           Endeavor toprovideclearand concise information at all times – upanddown

5.4.3.7           Include Visionand Mission statementsinmeeting preparation materials(to encourage discussionalignment with CSC’s Visionand Missionstatements)

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