Essay about Building an Ethical Organization Part 1

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Building an Ethical Organization Part 1
June 22, 2014

What services does the organization provide? Who is the clientele?
Today, we have an overabundance going to be a non-profit dedicated to the citizens of our community and the surrounding cities. We will provide quality care of citizens of Georgia who cannot afford to have good, quality medical and dental care. Rosemary Complete Care Center (RCCC) is hoping to change that. We are care for those who need it and will provide resources on for those who are qualified to receive the Obamacare. We will treat all clients as well as staff with compassion and respect. The organization is going to be a complete wellness and care facility. The priority will be to provide residents with the proper care they need. Is it a for-profit or non-profit organization?
We will be a non-profit and will rely on government grants, donations, and volunteer workers who can hopefully be able to move eventually into paid positions. We are also hoping to employ the elderly and disabled to give them a feeling of accomplishment and being needed. We will maintain the elderly, disabled, homeless, low income, pregnant women, veterans, anyone who needs our services and we will provide services for those who have been denied help elsewhere. We are going to be a full service center and will also be able to help those with mental disabilities.
Eventually, as we grow, and with more funding, we would like to have many doctors and counselors on board as there are many people in the community that could benefit from mental and health services. We have veterans that have come back from war that is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental. We will also provide class for the prevent teen pregnancy, and also pregnancy testing as well as birth control pills. We will have counselors and mentors to help anyone who feels they need to talk in private. Sometimes, there are teens and young mothers who feel that they have no one to listen, and we can provide that here. We will also have referrals for those who need extra help, for instance if they are pregnant and contemplating abortion; we can direct them to the proper person. This also holds true if there is a veteran who needs help with drinking or drug problem. What is organization's mission statement?
Mission statement: Clinic we recognize the value of every person and are guided by our commitment to excellence and leadership. We demonstrate this by Providing exemplary physical, emotional and spiritual care for each of our patients and their families balancing the continued commitment to the care of the poor and those most in need with the provision of highly specialized services to a broader community. Building a work environment where each person is valued respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Advancing excellence in health services education. How will the mission statement support the ethical system?
I think my mission statement support the ethical system: Building Ethical Frameworks, Alignment of the Organization, Compliance Programs, and Value-Based Programs. I think leading by example is important when you are running an organization, and your coworker would have a person that there can look up to (Manning, 2003). If the see, you believe in the mission of the organization there would give 100% of their time to the organization. Value-based A value-based program influences employees by encouraging the development of meaningful, shared ethical values and emphasizing activities that help employees in decision are making through advice, support, and consensus.
The moral vision is the leader’s commitment to a moral future that can be enacted through the mission and purpose of the organization. Contributions to the common good, the environment, and the well-being of oppressed populations,