We adhere to a Code of Honour that defines how we work, individually and collectively. Our Code of Honour extends to our delivery partners, certified facilitators, ICF certified coaches, program participants and other partners committed to Possibility. It's a tool we use to hold one another accountable.
The first part of our code of honor was developed from bestselling author Brené Brown's BRAVING checklist. Brown uses the acronym BRAVING to describe the seven elements of trust that emerged from her research as both useful in trusting others and trusting ourselves
Boundaries – You respect my boundaries, and when you’re not clear about what’s okay and not okay, you ask. You’re willing to say no. Reliability – You do what you say you’ll do. At work, this means staying aware of your competencies and limitations so that you don’t over promise and are able to deliver on commitments and balance competing priorities. Accountability – You own your mistakes, apologize, and make amends. Vault – You don’t share information or experiences that are not yours to share. I need to know that my confidences are kept, and that you’re not sharing information with me about other people that should be confidential. Integrity – You choose courage over comfort. You choose what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy. And you choose to practice your values rather than simply professing them. Non-Judgment – I can ask for what I need, and you can ask for what you need. We can talk about how we feel without judgment. Generosity – You extend the most generous interpretation possible to the intentions, words, and actions of others.