Ethics Awareness Inventory which is where I did my assessment which supports my principles that human beings are entitled to basic rights; consequently, actions have to respect the rights of others. Someone who does not respect other people is not respected person. This person has to treat others the way he would like to be treated. As individuals we suppose to have the right to make our own decision, and if those decisions affect others in a harm way we already know there are consequences for those who attend to break the laws they could have everything in their own way regardless of whom pays the consequence. Those unethical behaviors we could not accept, because that will have affected in us all.
Perhaps more so than Emotivists, Prescriptivists see ethical language as fairly meaningful. They believe that the terms used are able to create absolute rules that everyone ought to follow. It would seem that ethical language is seen by many as very meaningful, although for varying reasons. However agent centred theories such as Virtue Ethics would argue that our main focus of morality should be on becoming as virtuous as possible, rather than deciding what is meant by ethical language. Therefore it would seem that perhaps morality should be more focussed on individuals’ actions rather then defining what is meant by ‘good’ and
Ethics are the moral principles and standards that guide an individual’s or a group’s behavior. Ethics are important to the planning process because they are used when deciding how to implement organizational activities to meet goals. For example, if an employee acting ethically has knowledge of his or her colleague using company resources such as a company vehicle to take care of personal responsibilities, the individual would not question what he or she should do about the situation. The right thing to do would be to report the incident, which could save the organization money and display the individual’s dedication to upholding standards in keeping with the organization’s best interests. The text provided details for why it is so important to follow the ethical norms of society.
What are leaders? What is leadership ethics? Are ethical leader born? Or can leaders be developed and be taught to be ethical through the passing of time? and what is the most important ethical issue faced by business leaders today and also examining Martin Luther King’s Jr leadership style profile which I consider being very appropriate which will assist and support in determining these answers being questioned and also to the topic of Leadership as further in the essay will clearly highlight how ethics has been visibly implemented through the works of the father figure of human rights.
Ethical standards are the code of conduct required by the organization for workers to follow. The relationship between organizational culture and ethics is that the organizational culture guides workers when faced with ethical problems. If the organization culture counters what they are required to do ethically, workers may put the organization in jeopardy by not act ethically. When a worker is faced with a decision that others within the organization think as appropriate, though it is unethical, the worker may follow what is acceptable as per the culture. It is the relationship between organizational culture and ethics that can get businesses into significant trouble in the long term.
While someone else may hold a different ethical viewpoint, I have found, upon taking the Ethical Lens Inventory, my own personal ethical viewpoint to lie right in the middle of the Results Lens and the Reputation Lens. The things I value the most are personal independence and equality between all people. Also, I believe in overcoming obstacles with reasoning and courage. One of my greatest strengths is having compassion, and nothing is more important to me than that specific trait. However, where there is strength, there is also weakness.
Due Date: Jul 29, 2015 23:59:59 Max Points: 260 Details: A code of ethics is an important tool for organizations. It describes the organization's ethical stance to its members and to the external environment. It can protect the organization from lawsuits, encourage resistance to unethical group and organizational pressures, and encourage ethical behavior. This assignment requires you to design a research-based code of ethics for an organization and to report it in a paper. General Requirements: Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment: • This assignment requires support from current, scholarly resources.
Unit 4: Discipline The need for discipline includes: Introduction For this assignment, I will be describing and analysing the need for and role of discipline in the uniformed public services. Furthermore, I will be describing the importance of self discipline in the uniformed public services and then I will analyse why the qualities of self discipline are necessary for the effective operation of a given uniformed public service. Finally I will evaluate the impact of discipline in the uniformed public services and be giving my conclusion. Need for rules There must always be a system of rules within any organisation or in this case any uniformed public services in order for it to run efficiently. These rules and regulations must be strictly followed, if an organisation serves the general public, a rule can be defined as a principle to which an action should conform.
(Solomon, Higgins, 2010:235) Soft determinism maintains that we possess the freedom required for moral responsibility, and that this is compatible with determinism, even though determinism is true a person can still be deserving of blame if they perform a wrongful act. (Pereboom, 2009:308) The immense issue I have with soft determinism is that how can you have free will if everything is determined, this contradicts