Each type of planning is individually important, but is more significant to the collective whole. The class discussed the importance of contingency planning in depth, including the idea that contingency planning can be used in several ways. An excellent point made by the team is that planning is useful not only at work but also in our personal lives. . Ethics are the moral principles and standards that guide an individual’s or a group’s behavior.
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.
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.
Code of Ethics Design Paper Howard E. Harper, Jr. GCU: LDR 802 May 14, 2013 Code of Ethics Design Paper A successful leader must demonstrate and have a personal character and the ability to willingly set a moral standard for themselves and set ethical codes at the agency they work for. This paper will explain how to design a general comprehensive code of ethics (GCOE) for General Comprehensive of Ethics, LCC. In addition this paper will compare the GCOE to this leaner’s personal ethnical beliefs and two other codes organizations of ethics. The goals of (GCOE) are transparent, inclusive and comprehensive. 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.
Just as a good manager knows that rewarding employees for reaching goals is important, the ethical leader will recognize that equal importance must be given to recognize those who exemplify ethical behavior within the organization. Acting also means leading by example by letting ethical behavior guide the actions of the leaders at all times. Doing so will help establish and sustain a culture of ethical behavior. 6. Monitor and Sustain Ethical Behavior.
Christopher Morrison My personal ethics statement. A person’s personal ethics are based upon ones core values, and their ability to rationalize a situation and determine the correct behavior. After using the resources provided to me I learned a lot about my own personal ethics. I fall into what is called “Rights and Responsibility and Relationship Lens”. I use my reasoning skills to “determine both the universal rules that each person should follow (autonomy) and the processes that will assure fairness and justice for all in the community (equality)”.
Justin Gemoll – Justin’s assessment score is ENFP. The relationship theory would apply to Justin because he provides inspiration, helps others and wants everyone to reach their full potential/ My leadership plan for Justin is for him to participate in strategy development and implementation. Mai Yang – Mai’s assessment score is ISTJ. The leadership theory that would best apply to Mai is the relationship theory because she is focused on the performance of group members, and she has high ethical and moral standards. My leadership plan for Mai is that she assists in the market research, development, and implementation of strategy Leroy Washington – My personality assessment score is ISTP.
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.
Managers of an organisation manage: themselves, people and relationships, policies and procedures, environments, financial and physical resources, information and technology, ideas, operations and processes. Leaders and managers demonstrate ethical behaviour when they: * match action to vision and espoused values * do what they say they will do * treat employees and society with respect * give as much as they receive As a leader, I am a model those behaviours, and to promote ethical workplace behaviours I should make clear expectations * lead by example * provide appropriate coaching, mentoring and
Loyalty: - I believe in faithfulness or a devotion to a person, country, group, or cause Respect: - one of the most important things for me is to treat other as I wish to be treated. Integrity: - I believe the better of a person I am, the better an image I present. Honesty: - I believe the more honest I am, the more trustworthy I become. Responsible: - I must be responsible in life so that others can rely on me. Responsibility means doing the best I can to honor and fulfill my obligations and promises.