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.
Discussion of issues reflects adequate critical thinking and analytical skill. Discussion/analysis makes some of the recommendations called for by the case issues. Recommendations are supported by data from some of the relevant case facts and exhibits data. Discussion and recommendations are generally presented clearly, logically, and succinctly but with some occasional lapses in clarity or with grammatical or other errors. Discussion/analysis generally reflects adequate understanding of principles presented in course readings/materials.
I know as a future health and physical education teacher, this is an extremely valuable insight to have. For me the key to everything I want to teach my students is based on personal values and ideas about individual health and fitness. I do truly believe that if having a healthy mind and body wasn’t important to me, I would never be successful in relaying that concept to my students. I also know that as educators, we need to keep in mind that each of our students are individuals and we cannot expect them to find value in all of our teachings. However, keeping that in mind, if we are creative in helping them to discover said values, they will have better chance of learning to appreciate them.
Business Research Report The Positive Aspects of Ethical Business Practices Assessment Code: RWT1 Student Name: Lauren J. Williams Student ID: 268329 Date: November 26, 2013 Mentor Name: Ms. Chevon Cooke TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Research Findings: Ethics Programs Can Help Guarantee Corporate Compliance 5 An Ethical Workplace Boasts More Satisfied and Efficient Employees 6 Positive Media Attention Leads to Consumer Confidence…………………………………………………………………..7 Recommendations 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to provide a thorough analysis of our company’s current ethical standards and the consequences that we will incur if we refuse to implement a more ethical and socially responsible way of doing business. I have thoroughly analyzed current federal and state laws in comparison to our company’s current business methods. Results of my investigation indicates that we are exposing our company to both criminal and civil penalties, spending needless money on training new employees instead of retaining current ones as well as failing to provide a positive consumer perception via media outlets.
A person inherently has some sort of primitive worldview and code of personal ethics. Understanding, and in some cases coming to grips with, your worldview is important to understanding who you are and what you stand for in life. By knowing what makes you tick and why you act in certain ways is the first step on the journey to personal enlightenment and to creating a more secure sense of self and personal wellbeing. The following pages will establish the basis for my ethical worldview and discuss the development of my own ethical theory. Overview of Relevant Ethical Theories Virtue Ethics Virtue ethics was founded as it is known today by Plato and Aristotle, though
I have no illusions that any product is fail-safe or perfect but I think these companies that develop these products should bear some responsibility for their products. My way of thinking is to make sure I gain my consumer trust by producing a product that will provide a better sense of protection of their personal information especially with the ever changing landscape of the Information Technology
Ethical Lens Peter Urrutia Gen200 September 19, 2012 Timothy Harrington Ethical Lens This course has encouraged the use of an ethics game that determines what an individual’s particular ethical outlook is. The ethical lens looks at a couple of specific categories preferred lens, blind spots, strengths, weaknesses, values, and results of behavior. This serves as a valuable tool to understand your outlook toward ethics as well as others outlook on you. My personal preferred ethical lens was the rights/responsibilities and relationship lens. According to the exercise this lens means that I use reasoning skills and universal rules that each person should follow along with fairness and justice.
Ethics Awareness Inventory XMGT 216 July 27, 2012 Axia College Ethics Awareness Inventory After completing the ethics awareness inventory, the result of my ehical profile is most closely aligned with Obligation, and my least closely aligned with is Equity. I learned that I tend to base my ethical perspective on an individual’s duty or obligation to do what is morally right. I realized that I am a person who thinks that every action is done consciusly when judging whether a person’s actions are ethical, I always tend to look their intention for their actions rather than just focusing on the results of them. I am a person who strongly believes that no matter each person’s background, social level, educational level,
I manage to bring optimism, imagination, positivity, empathy and courage while avoiding making rash decisions. I try to make choices that benefit everyone involved. I incorporate my experiences and traditions in all situations. Making the world around me a happy one, free
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.