My strengths according to the statement are temperance, meaning that I act with integrity in the exercise of all my values. I am also responsible, or at least my definition of responsibility. I also believe in fulfilling my duties to the fullest expression of justice and fairness and my gift is apparently self-knowledge. I try to apply critical thinking skills in my method for problem solving and
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.
Ethical Lens Inventory and Reflection My preferred lens is Rights and Responsibility. According to the game, I use my reasoning skills to determine my duties as well as the universal rules that each person should follow. My core value is independence and Rationality. My primary concern is protecting individual rights and believe that by doing this everyone in the community is treated fairly. I value rationality over sensibility.
Deeply rooted in kindness, compassion, and concern for the well-being of mankind, the profession of Human Services is committed to improving the overall quality of life for individuals, as well as for the community. It is an altruistic intention to help others and an intrinsic goodness found within the heart of an individual that often leads to the pursuit of a career as a human service professional. The individual moral code within each helping professional can provide a strong foundation for their ethical conduct in the field of Human Services. However, emotions can occasionally cloud the judgment of the helping professional. 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).
People with good structured principles have a better capacity to view situations in a more broader sense. These people views are usually base on logic instead of ill-rational thinking. I believe my parents or role models taught me reasonable ethics. I learn many valuable thinking, but the best is think for myself and make my own chooses without any negative influences. Knowledge also plays an important role in a person's world view.
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.
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.
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.
It is very important for an individual to understand their own personal ethical prospective, as for me personally after the assessment I knew exactly where I stand ethically. In some of the areas of the assessment inventory of my ethical belief was accurate. I believe this is partly because of the way I was brought up and the society I live in. So what does the word ethical mean? To me, it is to take into account every aspect involved in any given situation, peoples' feelings, thoughts and well-being, both now and in the future, and act as best one can to achieve the most satisfactory outcome for all concerned.
Ethical Lens Inventory Reflection Richard Napper University of Phoenix Online Ethical Lens Inventory Reflection My Ethical Lens Inventory identifies what is most important to me but listing values that are important to me. By answering, a series of questions the program is able to tell what I feel is important to me. The reflection tool states how I make decisions based on ethics. Reading and understanding the tool can give you the ability to make informed decisions based on your values. I value being an individual, and being responsible for your own actions.