What does AIESEC Switzerland's Code of Conduct look like?

AIESEC is the leading student organisation.

On 29 June 2014 a team of AIESEC spent a inspiring day at BrainStore. We created the Code of Conduct for AIESEC Switzerland.

The purpose of AIESEC is to delight youth and professionals through uniting experiences that create a positive impact. As an AIESECER I want to be challenged, develop my leadership skills, grow my network and have fun.

Code of Conduct of AIESEC Switzerland

My attitude

I am respectful, non-judgemental, and solution-oriented.
I develop my own initiatives and take responsibility.
I make my own mistakes.
I ask for advice and support when I need it.
I provide constructive feedback.
I live the six core values of AIESEC (striving for excellence, living diversity, demonstrating integrity, activating leadership, acting sustainably, enjoying participation).
I'm eager to find what I don't know and I learn as I go.

Our environment
I listen actively; my communication is open, clear, and simple.
I smile and I'm kind; I create a positive atmosphere.
I inspire and support members to develop their potential, launch initiatives, and take responsibility.
All members are given a positive environment for innovation, bonding and dancing.
Challenge me and I'll challenge you.
I appreciate my colleagues' efforts.
We celebrate success and failure.

How we work
All activities we do are aligned with our purpose.
We find smart ways to deal with goals and measurements of success.
We work with integrity, reliability, dignity, and enthusiasm.
We get involved locally, nationally, and globally.

Being part of the AIESEC network, we access all the resources available.
I keep track of vital information, make it available in a clear and useful form and make sure that it is understood by whoever needs it.
As pirates we keep our pistols clean and fit for service.
We identify the needs of our customers and team members and we respond to them.
We focus more on doing the right things than on doing things perfectly right.
Adapting to change is a vital part of our work.
We dream big, wake up and make it happen.

29 June 2014

Alessia Balducci, Melanie Moullet, Sarah Gloor, Shristi Gartaula, Stev Levajkovski, Thomas Verduyn