Ethics Lens Inventory Assessment My individual preferred Ethical Lens Inventory (ELI) is “Relationship and Reputation Lens which is “Balance reasoning skills (rationality) and intuition (sensibility) to determine what processes, systems, character traits and virtues will best serve the community by assuring fairness and justice for all (equality).” (Ethical Lens report www.ethicsgame.com). Ethics Lens Inventory Assessment Results As indicated by ELI my Core Values are Equality and Rationality/Sensibility. The well being of everyone is of significant importance. Justice and Fortitude are my Classic Values. I believe in loyalty and being consistent in my dealings with others in particular people who are less fortunate.
My ethical awareness profile put me in the high category of character. My lease closely aligned profile was equity. I am most aligned with the virtue theory and I absolutely believe this. I try and find the good in all people. It doesn’t matter what their past is, what they have done, or how they live.
In the contract activity this semester, I was provided positive feedback from my peers on how I tell them the truth. They stated that sometimes it is not what they desire to hear but they still appreciate it because I am honest and kind about it. I believe that my truth and honestly will also help me build healthy relationship as I progress in my career. Fidelity is also an important ethical principle that I demonstrate in my everyday life. Fidelity is about commitment, being loyal, and respectful.
We trust them and once we decide they are true, we put our energy towards protecting them. We find justification for obeying the things and people we believe in. Whether it be our government, our parents, or any belief we hold dear, we regard our beliefs as sources of truth and direction. They make up a very significant part of what we are. Perhaps of all of our sources of direction or guidance, our consciences receive the highest regard and trust.
A main theme in Arora’s essay is that family status and wealth should not dete... ... middle of paper ... ... avoid following daily motions but reflect upon one’s status in all aspects of life. To ensure a fair system of ethics, careful consider is necessary in order to improve the quality of life for each individual. This system can only come about if each person is determined to make the required changes. The most important thing an individual can do is to continue to reflect on their moral or ethically standing, and to seek ways in which to treat each other ethically. Often times a question of what is right or wrong can be answered if one considers the effect that it will have on another person.
The Core Principle of Free Flow of Information states, "Protecting and advancing the free flow of accurate and truthful information is essential to serving the public interest and contributing to informed decision making in a democratic society" (PRSA 8). What this means is that the member should be honest in all proceedings, correct any erroneous information promptly, and be sure that the free flow of information is preserved and unbiased or unprejudiced, it is also included in the Free Flow Principle that all gifts are "nominal, legal, and infrequent" (PRSA 8). The Value of Fairness states that members should, "deal fairly with clients, employers, competitors, peers, vendors, the media, and the general public" (PRSA 7). It also claims that it is the member's responsibility to respect opinions and most importantly support the right of free expression. This Value and Principle go hand in hand when evaluated on a level concerning the Members Code of Ethics.
I do complete the tasks on given time and never give my boss a chance of complaint. Secondly, I am very trustworthy, loyal, and honest person. My friends and relatives value me for these characteristic traits because they know that I always act honorably and what to expect from me. I had always stood back and supported my friends and family during their good and bad times. Lastly, I am a very good listener.
The perfecting of bantering would help Stevens improving himself and his relationship with the new home owner Mr. Faraday. Steven is acting ethically in terms of Royce his interests remain in his need to serve others, and he has utmost respect for these interests. Royce describes loyalty as active furtherance of a chosen cause. The chosen cause is linked to personal interests to remain loyal he must respect these interests. Stevens remains loyalty to his virtue thus, Stevens is a good human been under Royce’s ethics of loyalty.
I think that the goal of every person must be to take care of somebody else just because they have a good will to do it. This ethics can be applied in reality and I am doing my best to follow it in my everyday life. Of course it is not easy but it is possible and the happiness of the others brings me my own satisfaction that is why it’s really worth it.
Instead, INFPs prefer a democratic and fair approach to choices, and work hard to ensure that every perspective is heard. INFPs apply their intuitive nature and open-mindedness to see things from unconventional perspectives. INFPs are not constricting with their lives, they live their life how they want; they can’t stand being constrained by rules and regulations. INFPs give support to others and, as long as their principles or ideas are not threatened, they will often support others in what they think is