Chad Schoffstall’s Code of Ethics

1532 Woodley 47805 § Terre Haute, IN § 812-249-9681

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The following document is a list of codes/ethics that I am seeking in an organization and or business. These codes/ethics projected are what I stand for as well as what the organization I am going to be part of will reflect. No matter the situations as a professional I see it fit to always stick to these codes/ethics no matter the situation. I have seven points in that which reflects who I am as a professional and further more a person. The organization must reflect the same or similar value structure as I have listed to work effectively with my expertise.



Respect: esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality or ability, or something considered as a manifestation of a personal quality or ability

  • Keeping everyone’s thoughts in mind while working towards a common goal.
  • Understanding everyone involved as an equal.


Trust: reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing

  • For a person to work successfully they must trust who they are working with.
  • Never doubting a person’s skill set.
  • Trust is key in building a professional relationship


Never Judge a Book by it’s Cover: The very common English idiom ” don’t judge a book by its cover ” is a metaphorical phrase which means “don’t determine the worth of something based on its appearance”.

  • A person’s appearance (while still professional) should not be judged by their physical appearance/sexuality/race/gender/age/image


Equality: the state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability.

  • Equality is a key in respect and trust.
  • No matter who someone is, they are still a human being and should be treated as such.
  • To better work with one another all parties should be on an even keel when collaborating/working towards a common goal.





Efficiency: the state or quality of being efficient; competency in performance.

  • Everyone working together should have the same range of skills as the rest of the organization.
  • The Organization must be goal oriented.


Camaraderie: comradeship; good-fellowship.

  • When working with an organization it should feel like you’re joining a family.
  • People involved with the organization should be proud of their team.


Positivity: the state or character of being positive.

  • The organization must work towards positive goals.
  • The organization must be a positive entity in any community it is involved with

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