AGI Ethics and Regulations
Ethics and Regulations
The AGI has taken the lead in developing a definition and philosophy of authentic governance, as well as in establishing ethical standards among its members. Through its Code of Ethics, AGI sets authentic governance standards while also giving consumers a venue to file ethics complaints about AGI Members or AGI Credentialed consultants.Our authentic governance system comprises and depends upon the following standards:
- Authentic Governance Core Competencies that define the authentic governance coach’s and consultant’s required skills and establish the foundation for the professional credentialing examination for authentic governance programs.
- An Authentic Governance Code of Ethics to which AGI Members and AGI Credentialed coaches/coaches pledge commitment and accountability to standards of professional conduct.
- Authentic governance consultant credentialing, entailing a stringent examination and review process through which authentic governance coaches and consultants must demonstrate their skills, proficiency and documented experience in application of authentic governance core competencies.
- Ongoing self-regulatory oversight initiatives to track the needs and concerns of individual and organizational clients to demonstrate an active commitment to meaningful professional self-governance.
- Professional oversight through an Independent Review Process for AGI Members and AGI Credentialed coaches and consultants.
Ethics in Authentic Governance
In today’s business climate, acting and behaving ethically is more important than ever. AG professionals face unique challenges as they navigate political and social dynamics both inside and outside their organizations. AGI believes in the importance of ethical behavior in the field of authentic governance. That’s why we provide resources to help you consider your situation and to use your best ethical judgement. Read the AGI Code of Ethics.