I am brought up in a way that you should tread people the way you want to be treated. If you treat people with honesty and earn their trust you get their respect. People should respect one another but it has to be earned. Making bad decisions can make people lose respect for
When management becomes aware of issues that need to be dealt with they need to address them ethically because at the end of the day your ethical reputation is something that is once tarnished is hard to overcome. Not to mention they have the social and ethical responsibility to correctly handle issue of this type and not sweep them under the rug. When you ignore or comprise your ethics, you begin a long and dark journey down a road that is hard to come back from. Decisions of this caliber will not only affect you individually but they will also affect your business decisions and compromise your reputation. One of the things that have stood out in Dalman’s and Lei’s management of Sandwich Blitz is their integrity both in
There are also some blind spots that I need to watch out for. I tend to set unrealistic goals and have too high of expectations for others, including myself. Personal ethics is something an individual believes to be morally right or wrong. It is important for someone to have a firm grasp on his or her personal ethics because that is what will lead them through life. If someone cannot recognize what they morally believe in, than they will go through life making
Gen 200 Ethical Lens Inventory As humans we all have a set of core values that we apply when resolving ethical conflict, understanding others as well as our own decision making strategies allows us to respect each others point of view better. Ethical Lens Inventory is used as way to identify what values are more important to you as an individual and what their challenges and strengths are. The inventory allows you to see ethical issues clearly and learn how to resolve them better. Being aware that people have different priorities and different values helps to respects each other’s point of views. My personal preferred lens is Rights/responsibility and results lens.
Analysis of the Ethical Awareness Inventory Michelle Sargent PSY 490 05/28/2012 John Papazafiropoulos Abstract Ethics are often considered a very personal concept; however in the field of psychology it is so much more. The EAI begins with a brief description of what ethical awareness is and how it affects the decisions one makes. The process is based on a simple response format that is designed to elicit responses that define an individuals’ “preferred” or most likely ethical approach. The CORE of this inventory is based on character, obligation, results and equity. The CORE of the EAI is good for foundational purposes and should be used as a guideline in the career and educational path choices in the field of psychology.
Before I reported him I ask him how you can live with yourself. According to the Ethics Awareness Inventory Week Six E-Sources (2008) , an individual whose high categories are O and R may be experiencing some internal conflicts between his/her own feeling of moral obligation to individuals, on the one hand, while attempting to produce specific results from some group or organization on the other. A careful examination of these Blended categories to identify internal conflicts is
Personal Value Abel Edouard University of Phoenix Mgt/521 Miss. W. 10/12/09 Personal value According to the assessment which is Ethics Awareness Inventory (Williams Institute for Ethics and Management), my ethical perspective is mainly based on obligation, and least likely is based on equity. In this generation business, ethical treatment toward others is now different, and supervisors are being way less ethical toward decisions they face and make at the place that they work. People’s values are very personal, they are ethics, and beliefs rolled into just one. I think everyone of us has an obligation to make a choice which would be good for the whole, yet do not infringe upon the rights of a person.
If these assumptions are unchecked or inappropriate, we will make poor decisions and wrong judgments. In our personal relationships we use critical thinking to keep our lines of communications open thereby allowing us to use lessons learned to avoid repeating the same mistakes. In the workplace we avoid stagnation and are willing to challenge the current thinking, which may be out of date and is no longer relevant to our current work philosophy. Paul Richard (2008), an authority on critical thinking, characterizes a good critical thinker in terms of knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and habitual ways of behaving, including the following characteristics. The critical thinker: • uses evidence skillfully and impartially • organizes thoughts and articulates them concisely and coherently • distinguishes between logically valid and invalid inferences • suspends judgment in the absence of sufficient evidence to support a decision • understands the difference between reasoning and rationalizing • attempts to anticipate the probable consequences of alternative actions • understands the idea of degrees of belief • sees similarities and analogies that are not superficially
Conscience is the skill to rationalize the ethics of an act or decision, created by principles, dispositions, and viewpoints (Sitterly, 2005). Incorporating ethics into the executive and problem-solving methods is vital in psychology (Sitterly, 2005). Problem-solving has ethical views, such as realizing no flawless answer exists to every dilemma, and that both good and bad effects occur from the choices made (Sitterly, 2005). Psychology allows people to realize and understand that all decisions have consequences and that picking one good choice is difficult (Sitterly, 2005). These realizations and understandings will also help improve problem-solving skills (Sitterly,
Understanding what the source of the problem will help the client overcome the problems caused by the difficult personality." I would find it difficult to accept a human service staff that was not show empathy to a clients needs. Because every has the right to be respected , and treated equally no matter what social in differences they may have. Dealing with problems of my past of not trusting professional figures with my personal problems this would be against my values to work in this type of non caring environment. I have learned a lot about my own personal assumptions on trust because in my cultural background being African