Speakers Code of Professional Ethics

  • To accurately represent qualifications and experience in both oral and written communications.
  • To speak on a professional level so as to neither offend nor bring discredit to the speaking profession.
  • To exert diligence in understanding the client's organization, approaches and goals in advance of the presentation.
  • To avoid using materials, titles and thematic creations originated by others, either orally or in writing, unless approved by the originator.
  • To treat other speakers with professional courtesy, dignity, and respect.
  • To maintain and respect the confidentiality of business or personal affairs of clients, agents and other speakers.
  • To protect the public against fraud or unfair practices.
  • To attempt to eliminate all practices which bring discredit to the speaking profession.
  • To not be a party to any agreement which unfairly limits or restrains access to the marketplace by any other speaker, client or the general public, based upon economic factors, race, creed, color, sex, age, disability or country of national origin of another speaker.
  • The speaker pledges honesty and integrity; to pursue his profession and education to the end that service to their clients shall always be maintained at the highest possible.

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