Social Media Ethics
Rod Burylo will discuss communications strategy form an ethics perspective as it pertains specifically to the social media behaviour of advisors and other industry participants. Five types of social media behaviour will be considered: content regarding clients, colleagues and ourselves, and content reflecting non-financial services topics and activities. The guidance and expectations of advisors set by FP Canada, Advocis and IAFP through their code of ethics and practice standards will be identified and applied to these five types of behaviour. Several examples of social media behaviour will be presented as case study for discussion.
This session will provide one hour of required ethics continuing education credit for CFP, PFP, and RFP designation holders.
One FP Canada Professional Responsibility Credit