Code Of Ethics Fractional CMO Joshua Ramsey2019-10-01T05:20:14+00:00

Code of Ethics


JRCMO is focused on keeping up and advancing businesses profitability, while acting as a Fractional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). In this manner, JRCMO expects all parties involved to stick to the components and standards of ethical and moral conduct: to be equipped and incorporate JRCMO Core Competencies viably throughout the service.

In accordance with the JRCMO basic beliefs and JRCMO meaning of Fractional CMO, the Code of Ethics is intended to give suitable rules and responsibility of direction for all JRCMO clients:

Section One: Definitions

  • Coaching: Coaching is connecting with clients in an intriguing and innovative manner that rouses them to increase their own potential and master it. Including to gain a more clear vision on their company growth.
  • JRCMO Coaching: This is a coaching program only. This means that your JRcmo coach will not write content or code any part of your website. They will not place marketing or negotiate marketing on your behalf. This is a COACHING program only, not an application or additional work outside of speaking with the client.
  • JRCMO Coaching Relationship: An Expert coaching relationship exists when training incorporates an understanding that characterizes the duties of each party, this includes contractual agreements.
  • Roles in the Coaching Relationship: To clearly explain the roles in the coaching relationship, it is important to define the difference between the client and the coach. In many cases, the client and coach are one in the same, but for proper identifying purposes, here is what JRCMO characterizes them as:
    • Client: The “Customer/Coachee” is the person(s) being trained.
    • Coach: The support/entity, and or, its delegates paying for and arranging the services to be provided by JRCMO. In all contractual circumstances, clear responsibilities, privileges, and obligations for both the sponsor and client are to be established if they are different people.
    • Student: The “student” is somebody who has registered for the JRCMO program. The student will be educated on JRCMO marketing practices and trained by the Fractional Chief Marketing Officer to improve and grow their business.
    • Conflict of Interest: A situation wherein a Fractional CMO has a personal or inadequate influence over and hinders the agreed upon objective of his role as an expert.

Section Two: The JRCMO Standards of Ethical Conduct

1: Professional Conduct In General

  1. Conduct myself as per the JRCMO Code of Ethics in all scopes of the Fractional CMO capabilities. Including and no limited to, Fractional CMO preparing, Fractional CMO tutoring and Fractional CMO supervisory exercises.
  2. Commit to take the proper action and address any break of violations as soon as I am aware of them, regardless of whether it includes me or others.
  3. Communicate and consider others who need to be informed of obligations established by this code.
  4. Desist from unlawful unfairness in work/employment related actions, including age, race, sex direction, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin or disability.
  5. Make verbal and written articulations that are valid and exact about what I offer as a Fractional CMO.
  6. Accurately recognize my instructing capabilities, aptitude, experience, preparing, affirmations and Chief Marketing Officer credentials.
  7. Recognize and respect the content and material of others and guarantee authenticity for any claimed material of my own.
  8. Strive consistently to balance my own issues that may impede, struggle with or meddle with my instructing execution or my expert training. In such case, I will quickly look for assistance from an expert and decide what move to make, including whether it is suitable to suspend or end my instructing relationship(s) at whatever point the facts and conditions require.
  9. Recognize that the Code of Ethics applies to my association with training clients.
  10. Report any research findings with honest and competent practices associated with standard scientific metrics. These studies will be done with the consent and authorization of all who are involved in a save environment. All studies will be done legally and comply with any applicable laws.
  11. Maintain, store and discard any records, including electronic documents and exchanges made during my instructing commitment in a way that advances secrecy, security, protection and, consents to any pertinent laws and understandings.
  12. Use JRCMO member contact data (email addresses, phone numbers, etc) solely to the degree approved by the JRCMO.

2: Conflicts of Interest

As a Fractional CMO, I:

  1. Seek to be aware of any contention or potential irreconcilable situation, straightforwardly reveal any clash and offer to evacuate myself when a contention emerges.
  2. Clarify jobs, set limits and survey with partners , any irreconcilable circumstances that may rise among instructing and other job capacities.
  3. Disclose to my client and the sponsor(s) all foreseen compensation from outsiders that I may get for referrals of clients or pay to get clients.
  4. Honor an impartial Fractional CMO/client relationship, paying little regard to the type of compensation.

3: Professional Conduct with Clients

As a Fractional CMO, I:

  1. Ethically talk about what I know to be consistent with clients, potential clients and sponsors about the prospective value of hiring me as their Fractional CMO.
  2. Carefully disclose and make every effort to guarantee that before or at our first official meeting as Fractional CMO and client, clients and sponsors understand my role as a Fractional CMO, the set standards between confidentiality, transaction arrangements, and any other terms that have been decided upon.
  3. Have a direct and concise service arrangement with clients/sponsors prior to acting as Fractional CMO. The agreement will incorporate the obligations, roles and privileges of all parties involved.
  4. Be aware of culturally complex boundaries that govern all forms of interactions and relationships with my clients and or sponsors.
  5. Avoid any sexual or sentimental association with current clients, sponsors or understudies, mentees or supervisees. Further, I will be aware of the probability of any potential sexual closeness among the gatherings including my care staff or potentially colleagues and will make the proper decision to address the issue or drop the commitment so as to ensure a safe environment.
  6. Respect the client’s privilege to end the arrangement anytime, subject to the arrangements of the contract. I will be attentive to signs that there has been a change towards value received during my time as a Fractional CMO
  7. Encourage the client to seek other professional assistance when deemed necessary.

4: Confidentiality/Privacy

  1. Maintain the strictest degrees of privacy with all client and sponsor data, except if discharge is legally necessary.
  2. Have an definite understanding about how training data will be traded among Fractional CMO, client and sponsor.
  3. Have a understanding when going about as a Fractional CMO, Fractional CMO tutor, educational counselor or coach, with both clients and sponsors, understudy, mentee, or supervisee about the conditions under which secrecy may not be kept up (e.g., criminal behavior, in accordance with substantial court request or subpoena; inevitable or likely danger of peril to self or to other people; and so forth) and ensure client and sponsor, understudy, mentee, or supervisee willfully and purposely concur in documented form, the limits of confidentiality. Where I reasonably accept that since one of the above conditions is pertinent, I may need to inform proper entities.
  4. Require each one of the individuals who work with me to act upon the JRCMO Code of Ethics, Number 26, Section 4, Confidentiality and Privacy Standards, and some other areas of the Code of Ethics that may be relevant.

5: Continuing Development

As a Fractional CMO, I:

  1. Commit to the requirement for necessary and progressing advancement of my expert capacities as a Chief Marketing Officer. (Continuing Education)