To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees. Secondly, I need to be aware of my behavior and its effect on others. I also need to give off positive energy to the work environment and constantly encourage staff. To be a good role model means I have to treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their opinions, always listen to people and make them feel valued and lastly always act professional.
Personal Values Paper Ethics Awareness Inventory This paper is written for the purpose of construing the results of the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness Inventory self-assessment. At the beginning, Ethics are a very important in my life activities (personally, professionally, and educationally). On my beliefs, I think every body has a moral right to experience the [“good life”]. However, ethics are playing a very important part at the people life. The results of my awareness Inventory originated my ethical perspective to be based on the result (R) or consequences of my actions.
In such challenging situations, one should refer to the profession’s official code of ethics, the Ethical Standards of Human Service Professionals, approved in 1995 by the National Organization for Human Service Education (Woodside & McClam, 2011). The Ethical Standards of Human Service Professionals provides an in-depth outline of the professional’s ethical responsibility to the client, to the community, to colleagues, to oneself, and to the profession as a whole. It is the understanding and adherence to this ethical code of conduct, in conjunction with the professional’s innate moral value system that gives the human service professional the power to focus their commitment on the development and enrichment of the client’s knowledge, self-sufficiency, and confidence for a fulfilling life. According to the Ethical Standards for Human Service Professionals, the helping professional’s primary, ethical responsibility is to enhance the well-being of the client, through recognition of the individual’s strengths (Woodside & McClam, 2011). The professional focuses on helping the client realize their full potential and how to utilize their own strengths in order to achieve self-sufficiency, independence, and happiness.
The goals for (GCOE) are: to empower individuals through self-sufficiency, to provide commitment to lawful and ethical conduct, to deliver services that are of good quality, to maintain financial responsibility and stewardship, to act honest and fairly and exercise the best judgment, care and services to its clients. The National Business Ethics Survey results found that an ethical culture is vital in an agency’s to set informal social normal to enhance and sustain staff’s ethical behavior (Ethics Resource Center, 2005b). (GCOE) will instill an ethical culture among its client that involves developing therapeutic relationships. The ethical principles, mission and vision of the (GCOE) are rules which will be followed by agency staff and volunteer. General Overview of Organization Ethics Policies Ethical codes originate back in World War II with Johnson and Johnson’s Credo in 1943 which urged his agency to apply corporate responsibility to customers, employees, stockholders, and the community (Foster 2000)..
Comparison Matrix Paper: Ethical Leadership Paper Lederrick Wesley Grand Canyon University: LDR 800 April 3, 2013 Ethics refers to appropriate values and morals with individuals in our society. It is based on good intentions. Ethics are guidelines on what is right or wrong, and they help identify the leader as an individual and their leadership role. Ethics are crucial to leadership. A leader has a large influence on the followers and helps them achieve common goals.
Primary purpose for having good personal ethics. A. Personal ethics are the person’s beliefs about their morals and knowing right from wrong. B. Having good personal ethics is important in every day society as well as work and school.
What I have learned about ethical decision making Through the ethical self-assessment I have learned that I have strong leadership skills. The ethical self-assessment informed me that I have strong management capabilities through having the capabilities to overcome barriers in achieving my organization’s mission, goals, and work tasks. The ethical self-assessment has shown that I have the professional skills in being compassionate, understanding, honest, and respectful toward employees and patients. The ethical self-assessment taught me that I have the ability to place the importance of others before myself in personal gain. I have learned that in most situations I strive to be a role model to others and enforce the organizations professional ethical standards.
Information gives CPA’s the knowledge needed to preform ethical acts that will benefit the public, clients, and employers not one’s self interest. CPA’s are held to a high standard and are expected to hold integrity in what they do. Integrity requires members to be honest and truthful. The purpose of governance is important because it is a group of volunteers and staff that work together in order to achieve the objectives on the institute. Committees are there to assist in the interests, attitudes, and needs of the members.
The AMA code asks members to apply the basic rule of professional ethics, which is to not knowingly do harm. It also asks members to follow all applicable laws and regulations. 2. Describe the role of the Ethics Officer in a corporation. What are the fundamental building blocks of a good, comprehensive ethics program that is created for the purpose of educating employees?
Ethics in Criminal Justice Administration CJA/484 May 15, 2012 Ethics in Criminal Justice Administration Personal values, professional values, ethical perspectives, ethical principles, and ethical reasoning are as important to a professional life as they are to a personal life. Values and ethics can aid in decisions and guide an individual to personal satisfaction and happiness. Understanding conflicts and challenges that face personal and professional values can help an individual prepare for change comfortably. The subject of this discussion is values and ethics and their relationship to and in ethical dilemmas. Values Before attending University of Phoenix I thought I had a thorough understanding of my personal beliefs, values, and ethics.