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Transcript of Ethics

Rules of Conduct
The rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group, culture, etc.: medical ethics; Christian ethics.
moral principles, as of an individual: His ethics forbade betrayal of a confidence.
that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions
This Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
states guidelines for the conduct of Members in fulfilling those
obligations. The Code is arranged in three tiers of statements:
Canons, Ethical Standards, and Rules of Conduct:
Canons are broad principles of conduct.
Ethical Standards (E.S.) are more specific goals toward
which Members should aspire in professional performance
and behavior.
Rules of Conduct (Rule) are mandatory; violation of a
Rule is grounds for disciplinary action by the Institute.
Rules of Conduct, in some instances, implement more
than one Canon or Ethical Standard.
Why is it important?
A person with good ethics is capable of making the right decisions for the greater good. An architect must have good ethics as he must always look out for the safety and stability of those working for him and ensure that they are all treated fairly.
Ethics lay out the foundation of an Architects work as he must always abide by this rules to ensure that his performing at his maximum capacity.
Strong work ethics
Today’s codes of professional ethics focus on personal responsibilities of professionals rather than cover all the mechanisms involved in the emergence of the profession, and ethical problems in these mechanisms. Thus,they ignore the risks that arise on a larger scale caused by the accumulations power and authority. As underlined by Sector, the codes of ethics prove that the profession is committed to higher forms of behavior, and strive to sustain the market of the profession.
Code of ethics
Ethics in 33 seconds
Dress for success
Architecture, like many other professions, depends on the image and the reputation of its leadership as a catalyst for developing trust and rapore among its client base. Therefore, how one dresses as an architect is paramount to creating a first impression.
Why is appearance important
Tips for Men
Tips for Women
Code of Ethics
Women and Men
Neat, professional hairstyle
Manicured nails
Portfolio or briefcase
Clean and pressed clothing
Things to avoid
Loud colors (clothes/shoes, jewelry, make-up, hair).
Casual wear (jeans, sweat suits, t-shirts, tank tops).
Floral, plaid, or other "busy" designs.
Shorts, Capri pants, and short skirts.
Mismatched clothing (fabrics, colors, patterns).
Wrinkled, unstacked, piled or linty clothing.
Tattered, faded, stained or dirty clothing.
Revealing fabrics.
Plastic or crafty jewelry, including earrings.
Excessive jewelry.
Cleavage, chest hair.
Strong odors (perfumes, colognes, smoke, garlic).
Visible body art (tattoos, bod mod).
Open-toed footwear and athletic shoes.
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