The Comparison of Ethical Codes Ethics guide not only personal life but also ones professional life. Codes of Ethics are developed for many different purposes, ultimately designed to help individuals’ better serve their clients in their professional life. Ethics represents inspirational goals, or the maximum or ideal standards, set by the profession, and they are enforced by professional associations, national certification boards, and government boards that regulate professions (Woodside & McClam, 2010). As professionals, one must understand clearly that once they act outside of their organizations Code of Ethics, they are no longer are acting as a professional with in that organization. A code of ethics supplied by a business is a specific kind of policy statement.
In fact, should a client not pay for his service, he will send their account to a collection agency. It is a challenge to determine the appropriate course to take with this difficult ethical dilemma. Kitchener (1984) identified moral principles that a counselor is asked to confront. The five principles, autonomy, justice, benefiance, nonmaleficence, and fidelity are the principles which will give a guidelines and help clarify the issue given in the case of Mark. Autonomy addresses the individuals’ right to freedom of choice and the responsibility of the counselor to encourage clients to make their own decisions and act on their values.
My Personal Code of Ethics I have dreams and goals for the future that I am determined to make them happen, and I don’t expect anyone to do the hard work for me. Living an ethical and moral life is both a function of my personal ideals and those around me aiding me to maintain these ideals. I am trying to conduct my life based on my personal values and on defining some guiding principles, applicable in both personal and professional lives. My personal values act as a basis for distinguishing between right and wrong and thus, determine my daily actions and emotions. My parents and education have played profound roles in the development of my core personal values: personal integrity, caring, excellence, attitude, responsibility, family and ambition.
That would be bad communication. If there is a problem I want my employees to know about it. I want them to know so they can come up with solutions to help fix it. I want my company to achieve all of our goals. I want my employees to work at their best levels.
* * By using the SMART criteria I was able to focus on one career that will help with my Long Term Goal. The Career Plan Building activity just help show me that I was on the right path. Competencies contributed by showing me what I needed to work on if I’m going to achieve my Long Term Goal. * * * Describe the stress and time-management strategies you have learned this week that will help you achieve your goals. * * I do believe that one of the stress strategies I have learned that I have already been adapting to my own life already is “Finding a Job that I love.” Most stress comes from jobs that people hate going to, if I find a job/career that I love, it won’t feel like work and I’ll enjoy it which gives me less stress.
They need to feel their job will exist as long as they want to work for the company. Employees should look forward coming to work. Not show up because just they have to. They also, need to think and act like owners. When the employees understand how the complete organization operates and relies on each and every department, they will be more willing to communicate and help other departments.
My study will help develop my managerial skills as well as offer alternative training ideas for newly developing managers within my organization. Supervisor-subordinate communication is an important predictor in employee work performance. It is imperative for a supervisor to communicate when attempting to improve employee work performance, trust and morale. Without a solid communication strategy, the supervisor-subordinate relationship will disintegrate and employee performance and productivity will be compromised. According to Miles “Positive relationship communication focuses on supervisors seeking suggestions from subordinates, being interested in them as people, relating with them in a casual manner, and allowing them to contribute input on important decisions.” (Miles, Patrick & King, 1996, p. ) In order to apply this philosophy in real life, I determined how employees in my organization perceive supervisor communication.
Above all else I believe that a leader should give respect and receive respect from his employees. Without respect from both ends, nothing positive will come out of it. A leader should be a mentor and be able to help another employee step up and be his own leader. He or she should also be respectful in the way one approaches another employee both as an individual and in a group environment. Above all else, I believe being a leader one has to make being at work fun.
Jessica Jones Sullivan English 098, 12:00 23, April, 2014 Confidence in an interview: You can really tell when I lack confidence. Why would someone hire a person who lacks confidence? Presenting myself with confidence is a sure way to do well on a job interview because confidence helps with gaps in skill set, improves body language, and allows me to cope with disappointment. Presenting myself with confidence helps overcome gaps in skill set. Confidence shows the employer that I am ready to tackle any tasks that may come my way.
I should always keep people informed about progress as they may need to know about changes in targets as it allows them to make amendments to the way they handle their work, if they are not informed it may affect their working abilities. The purpose of letting other people know work plans need to be changed is so they can plan sufficient timescales and it gives them time to adapt to the new changes. By giving them notice it increases their chances of completing the task more efficiently and to an expectable standard. The purpose and benefits of recognising and learning from mistakes is so I know where I have gone wrong and I am able to prevent the mistake from happening again. The purpose and benefits of taking on new challenges if they arise is so I am able to put myself to the test by using my strengths and strengthening my weaknesses, this helps me achieve self growth opportunities and gain new skills to use in more challenging situations.