Ethical Lens

personal ethics statement
personal ethics statement
Once I took the ethical lens inventory I learned that one?s personal ethics are based on one?s core values and the ability to rationalize and determine the correct behaviors. After doing this and reading my results I have learned a lot about myself and my personal ethics. My preferred lens is rights and responsibility. After reading about my rights and responsibility lens I have learned that I use my reasoning skills to determine both the universal rules that I feel everyone should follow (auton
Personal Ethics
Personal Ethics
Person ethics can greatly benefit or irreparably damage the balance of happiness in the work place and at home. Good personal ethic can become second nature if they are executed in all aspects of life. Almost all choices in life involve the use of a person?s ethical beliefs. My personal preferred ethical lens can be classified as either periscope or paralysis. I am able to identify both strengths and weaknesses with in the lens. I can adapt to each unique situation to obtain the best possible ou
Ethical lens Inventory Reflection
Ethical lens Inventory Reflection
ETHICAL LENS INVENTORY REFLECTION My personal ethical lens is ?Rights-responsibily and results lens.? The ethics game defines this lens as Balancing rationality and my intuition to decide how to complete tasks for the best of an individual. The results of the ethical Lens Inventory states that my strengths as making choices for the greater good of everyone involived. I make it priority that each person\'s rights are protected to assure everyone in the community is treated fairly. My opinion of
Continuing Academic Success
Continuing Academic Success
Continuing Academic Success Shannan Johnson GEN/201 March 27,2017 Shanell Stefin Continuing Academic Success When I decided that it was time to continue my education, I knew that I would have to take the proper steps for me to flourish in my career. I knew that I would have to choose the right school for me and work towards being a successful student. Academic success has been applied with increasing frequency as a catchall phrase encompassing numerous student outcomes. (York, Gibson, Rankin,