Code of Conduct
Our Code of Conduct
"Come and See, Ask Questions, Respect People"
We are slightly paraphrasing Mr Fujio Cho (Chairman of Toyota) in his description of Lean Leadership and Gemba. This sums up the essence of how a digital leader should think and behave.
All visitors and participants to our website are asked to agree and adopt this code of conduct. Our website is aiming to drive us to be better with Digital Change. One of the foundations to achieve this is “being” the values rather than just “doing” a method. Respect for people is a fundamental value of leadership and it is therefore essential that we make this central to the value charter of all visitors.
We will ensure that this code is lived by all contributors and off-line during events, so to make it an enjoyable experience for all. Lack of Respect is not promoting a collaborative and learning culture. The basis of a learning culture is to explore the diversity of opinions and experiences. Diversity has to be embraced and any form of discrimination would be failing the core values and essence of what Henko is supporting.
Our interaction should be, therefore, a place of harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any content, including talks, workshops, parties, twitter and other online media. Participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled and may be reported to the police in certain cases.
If anybody felt hurt or offended in any way as a result of presentations, participation or subscription to our group, we invite you to come forward to Henko, by talking to us directly or dropping us a note from the Contact Us page. If you know of somebody that felt hurt but is worried to come forward, it is also your duty to report it. All such matters would be taken seriously and handled accordingly.
We expect participants to follow these rules at all meetup venues and meetup-related social events.
This Code of Conduct is derived from , and .