Learn more about IABC’s stance and our Six Core Principles

In these days of social and political change, now more than ever is the time to take a stand for transparent and ethical professional communication. The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) has created this petition to publicly stand in support of the IABC Code of Ethics and what it means to live them every day.

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From the IABC Chair blog… 

IABC’s STANCE ON “ALTERNATIVE FACTS” AND OUR SIX CORE PRINCIPLES

One of the many wonderful things about IABC having 10,000 members spread out around the globe is that our organization has its finger on the pulse of so much happening around the world and what it means to all of us working in business communication. This has been especially clear as the start of 2017 has brought with it big changes, new terms and challenges related to the work we all do.

A phrase we’ve heard frequently in recent weeks is “alternative facts,” as a term for inaccurate information, and many people have reached out asking where IABC’s stands on this issue. Our answer as an organization is clear.

The IABC Global Standard of the Communication Profession outlines six core principles that serve communication professionals around the world as building blocks of their work.

Read the rest on the IABC Chair blog here. Also, join us for this week’s #CommChat on “alternative facts” on Twitter.

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