ICCPM is led by a Board of between five and nine directors, elected for a term of two years and are appointed following due process in accordance with the ICCPM Constitution and the ICCPM Governance Charter. Responsible for the organisations leadership, the Chair of the board is elected by other directors and is limited to three successive two-year terms.
All ICCPM board members are required to follow best practice guidance for Not-for-Profit organisations, are required to sign Non-Disclosure Agreements and are strictly held to comply with the company’s conflict of interest policy. ICCPM Non-Executive Board Director roles are volunteer “pro bono” positions; Directors receive no financial benefit from their role as directors, they hold no equity nor receive any profit share.
CODE OF ETHICS
ICCPM has a Code of Conduct that sets out the ethical principles the organisation endorses and the standards that are expected of its members and leaders. Every member of the ICCPM Board as part of their governance duties are required to foster an ethical culture in the organisation intended to guide conduct and actions.
Company Directors, Members, Officers, and employees of ICCPM commit to:
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