Former “Rotary District Governor” speaks on business ethics
Renee Campbell, a professional printer in Salem and last year’s regional “Rotary District Governor”was the speaker at the October monthly meeting of the nonprofit business association for those who work at home, the Association of Home Businesses.
On Thursday evening, October 18, Renee spoke on how ethics in business can positively impact the bottom line: “For those who want to build community, a solid good reputation, and long-term relationships – along with good products, good pricing, and customer service, fair and ethical practices and service to the community and to your profession can be some of the best marketing tools at your disposal!”
Renee Campbell Presentation October 18, 2018
Renee offered a Business Ethics survey to attendees of the meeting, highlighting the top three ranking importance
3) The consequences of my business actions for others
2) The consequences of my actions for my own business
- My other (non-religious or spiritual) personal beliefs and principles about how to act
The group learned about the Rotarian ethical guide & the tenets of the Four-Way Test
- Is it the TRUTH
- Is it FAIR to all concerned
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?