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Unformatted text preview: Helping Hands Team Contract Statement of Purpose The purpose of our project is to help generate funds for the construction of homes for local families in need. Specifically this will be done through our work at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bryan, which raises money for this cause through the sale of home improvement items as well as home furnishings. To represent our team we will adhere by our core values which are outlined below. Code of Ethics The five values below represent the values our team feels necessary to demonstrate while working together as a group and with our agency. Service: Appreciating what we have and realizing the importance of giving back to the community. 1. Being willing to accomplish any task that our agency asks us to do. 2. Serving our team; making sure that we do our part, and being willing to help other team members when necessary. 3. Being available and flexible as often as possible in order to contribute our services to our agency. 4. Providing customer service to clients at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Trust: Relying on one another to be honest and up-front with ideas. Not being afraid to share concerns or voice opinions within the team, and completing individual tasks given in class or while working for the agency in a timely manner. 1. Believing that members will follow through on their commitments to the team. 2. Giving members the benefit of the doubt before passing judgment. 3. Relying on each another to act professionally and confidently, both in class and on the job site, as our personal behavior reflects on the group. 4. Relying on one another to complete tasks which have been specifically delegated to them. Respect: Honoring the ideas and values of those we work with and those we work for. 1. Showing up to all meetings and agency work days five minutes early. 2. Contacting other team members a day in advance if unable to attend a team function or a project (except in emergencies). 3. Confronting team members in a polite and appropriate manner when dealing with conflicts. 4. Listening to the ideas of all team members before picking the best one as a team....
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course BUSN BUSN 205 taught by Professor Bierman during the Spring '10 term at Texas A&M.
- Spring '10
- Business Ethics