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Company
Charter

3 Reasons Why You Should Have A Personal And Company Charter 

 

  1. Trust

  2. Define

  3. Vision

 

Are you trying to build TRUST with your online presence? It's not an easy thing to do, is it?

On LinkedIn, we achieve this by having a professional-looking profile, with at least 99 skill endorsements and three written endorsements.

 

Some of us even post our awards and achievements, while others show authority on a topic or service by posting about it every day.

However, I have yet to see anyone post their Company Charter on their profile. You may be thinking, "Why would I need a company charter if I am just an employee of a company?" In that case, I suggest that you post a Personal Charter.

 

Tell others about your purpose, objectives, and goals (personally and professionally), show off your personality, and engage with your audience.

With our Company Charter, I decided to focus on our Purpose. Future Focus. Values. Practices & Promise

Our Privacy
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​​Our Enduring Purpose

To provide the best possible service to all our clients.

2

Our Future Focus

To buy. sell. broker over $50,000,000 in domain sales each calendar year.

3

Our Timeless Values

We are an attractive company operated by productive, curious, high-energy, extraordinarily inspired, integrity-powered leaders committed to the people we serve.

4

Our Guiding Principles

Our income is a measure of the value we bring to the marketplace.
As we grow, new challenges will arrive. These challenges just test our commitment and will ultimately strengthen us.
We can’t always do things right… however we can always do the right thing. Values are critical to the success of any great company. If values are absent, the structure is unstable and incomplete.

5

Our Operational Practices

We employ fun, exciting, competent and extraordinary self-starters.
We work together as a team, which is our competitive edge.
We encourage self-fulfillment through personal development.
We build people up by recognizing their accomplishments.
We live with unyielding integrity and are impeccable with our word.
We are open to everything and attached to nothing.
We have a passion to excellence and an amazing attention to detail.

We exceed all expectations by doing the unexpected.

We amaze our customers… not just satisfy them.

We pursue simplicity and recognize that everything can be simplified, eliminated or improved.

6

Our Promise

We promise to be true to our enduring purpose, make every effort to achieve our future focus and take consistent action in line with our values, guiding principles and operational practices.

Our Privacy Policy

 

DNPost is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting your personal information. This Privacy Statement explains the current information management practices of our Website.

 

The handling of all personal information by our association is governed by the Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act.

We are committed to protecting your privacy whether you are browsing for information or conducting business with our association electronically.

When you visit our Website, we will not collect your personal information unless you choose to use and receive online products and services that require it.

Our Cookies Policy

DNPost uses cookies. Cookies are generally used to make it more convenient for users to move around on our Website. If you choose, they may be used to ‘remember’ your password and make it easier and faster to log-in to certain areas on our site. These types of cookies need to be stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies used by this Website are encrypted to make the information in cookies unreadable to anyone except you.

Gerard Michael intro

Domain Broker Service

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