mentor emprendedor

Members registered as Mentor in AMCES accept this code of conduct based on international standards and best practices.

  1. Members provide, before starting a mentoring process, accurate and clear information about their skills, experience, and business activities, and ensure that mentees are fully familiar with the framework and the process of mentoring.
  2. Members agree before signing any contract, its nature, the terms of their activity, their boundaries, confidentiality and, where appropriate, establishing clear financial commitments and compensation for their work.
  3. Members are active in a professional manner in accordance with the signed agreement or contract and follow their guidelines.
  4. The members have a legal coverage regarding its activity.
  5. Members adjust their activity to the laws of each country. Not involved in operations or illegal practices, unethical or harmful to their mentees and act at all times in a fair and honest manner.
  6. Members take all reasonable precautions to maintain the confidentiality of the information they receive from their customers and, according to the client, return or destroy documents created during the process of mentoring.
  7. Members use the information received from the client for the sole purpose of developing its activity and never to exploit otherwise.
  8. The members restrict their activity reports to owners, partners, directors or managers authorized by his client to have knowledge of them and adjust the accuracy of their reports to the reality of the process of mentoring.
  9. Members recognize and respect the efforts and contributions of others and not assume as their own.
  10. Members identify those personal issues, professional or conflicts of interest that may adversely affect the mentoring and discuss with their mentees whether to suspend their relationship.
  11. Members use the contact information of colleagues and clients in a professional and respectful manner.
  12. Members respect the client’s right to conclude the mentoring relationship at any time and is careful to verify and discuss whether the relationship has ceased to benefit.
  13. Members participate in training or relational activities that contribute to the development and promotion of social mentoring activity.
  14. Members shall not engage in activities that discredit the profession, nor publicly issued adverse judgments on the performance of other mentors.
  15. Members behave and develop their mentoring activities according to the ethical code.