By 2012 the Chamber will be an assertive, vibrant organisation and the pre-eminent source of business information by:
- Being a financially self- sustaining organisation
- Creating and maintaining major international links and partnerships
- Having a strong influence on relevant government policies
- Being a leader in the development of business ethics and standards
- Having a significantly expanded membership base
The GCCI serves as the voice for businesses; promotes and protects the interests of members by fostering ethical practices in commerce, trade and services through advocacy, training, education and ensuring adherence to quality.
The preceding values are the belief, traits and behavioural norms that the Chamber’s personnel are expected to display in conducting the Chamber’s business and pursuing its vision and strategies.
- Candour when required
- Minimum standards as part of Code of Conduct
- Development of professional Human Resource practices which recognise that employees are valuable and are seen as such.
- Adhere to all regulations (Taxes and NIS etc.)
- Keeping track of emerging threats to businesses
- Keeping track of emerging opportunities
- Reporting to members on threats/opportunities
- Providing market information to members
- Proactive approach to responding to members’ grievances/concerns
- Members/office bearers take responsibility to fulfil the Chamber’s mandate
- Fulfil obligations in a timely manner
- Actions must represent the concerns of all
- Decisions should be transparent and fair
- Exercise due care in dealing with members and their matters so as not to violate rights/confidentiality