3 edition of Nature - Conduct of Life found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 1, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
It can be any action of a sexual nature that a person finds intimidating, hostile, or offensive. Understand that special rules apply whenever we, or our representatives, are working with government officials. It is equally important when our work extends beyond the walls of TNC — to the world around us, from the communities we serve to the donors and partners who support us.
Sending or discussing inappropriate emails, pictures, or messages. We can only allow others to use our name and logo when they are aligned with our mission, and the use is approved. We also respect the Intellectual Property of others and we use images, music, and brands of others only with their permission.
It is also important to take appropriate safety precautions when working on our preserves, with or around youth, and in remote or dangerous locations. Some would rather be straightforward and direct, and some would rather use indirect communications and quiet listening. Take Care with Social Media and Public Statements Related to TNC At TNC, how we communicate about the organization has a significant impact on our reputation around the world.
Understanding how to identify it, allows us to keep it safe at all times. Bring an open mind and a willingness to learn about and from the experiences and points of view of others, as well as express our experiences and opinions. Actions or statements that exclude or suggest second class status because of gender or sexual orientation. It matters to everyone, and we take violations seriously. No matter where we are located, what we believe or how we contribute to TNC, we all deserve to be treated with kindness and consideration.
Keep Confidential Information Safe and Respect Privacy During the course of our work for TNC, we come into contact with confidential information, including personal data about our employees, donors and partners. A Closer Look While we cannot advocate for or against a political party or candidate in our TNC capacity, we are able to do so in our personal capacity.
Downloads 185 downloads in the last 30 days. The World Around Nature - Conduct of Life The Nature Conservancy's Agriculture officer, Clement Mabula, teaches a group of farmers sustainable agriculture methods near Lake Tanganyika in the village of Mgambo, Tanzania.
Understand Our Expectations and Responsibilities The Code applies worldwide to all TNC staff, board members, trustees, donors, and volunteers at all TNC programs, business units, and affiliates.
We are all responsible for speaking up if something does not feel right or if we have concerns about ethical misconduct, including if we witness inappropriate behavior or violations of our Policies and SOPs.
A Closer Look We all have preferences for how we like to communicate.
The World Around Us The Nature Conservancy's Agriculture officer, Clement Mabula, teaches a group of farmers sustainable agriculture methods near Lake Tanganyika in the village of Mgambo, Tanzania.