Doing the right thing even when no one else is around My ethical lens shows that I’m the kind of person that believe in doing the doing the right things even when know one’s around. I believe that rules are in place to be followed and shouldn’t be taken lightly. That I’m the kind of person that fulfills all of their duties and s fully responsible adult. That I like to implement systems that give everyone a chance to succeed, especially those without power. But I have a few blind spots. Sometimes I get caught up with having the job done a certain way that I forget others have an opinion too. And maybe even more useful than the way the job is being done causing the others unintentional upset and pain. I trust the system to much sometime the results can come out unjust and I still would think the system is fair. By not being able to process a problem with the methods the system is using. My strengths are that I think through problems clearly seeing the big picture. I am a fair person which likes to have responsibilities. I know what needs to be done and just do it. Once I say that I will do something or care for someone, which is what I do, because I value loyalty and consistency. I believe in getting a done honestly. I am fair and just and believe in doing what’s right for others. My weakness is that I’m judgmental, I judge people quick. My personal judgment overpowers me a lot, making me not see the clear picture sometimes. I make excuses when I feel really empowered I believe that rules don’t apply to me. I do so by convincing myself of this at times. My values are that I believe in equality equally for everyone. I prioritize the value of rationality over…
Personal Ethics Development
PHL/323 Ethics in Management
May 10, 2013
PERSONAL ETHICS DEVELOPMENT
The process of ethics development begins during childhood. Parents are a child’s first teacher. The child is taught about making the distinction between right and wrong. The lessons are taught through direct teaching by the parents at first. As the child grows, there are other people who are influential in his or her life. For example: the…
March 26, 2013
GEN/195 - FOUNDATIONS OF UNIVERSITY
A great education has so many purpose in life if you ask me. though my whole life I have been fighting courageously for degree in my favorite career field. The knowledge on having a degree prove you are courageously qualify for the field you are applying for. My personal education been really under construction; subsequently, I'm not where I pictured myself when I was a kid which a DEA agent. The criminal…
the true ethics of nursing comes into play; being able to perform our best and do the right thing when no one else is around is so very important. Having a standard of care and displaying moral characteristics by serving others without an interest of self should be a rewarding experience to any nurse. No crowds, no lights, and no applause just doing a great job and caring for mankind as all would want someone to do for them.
The dilemma is how does a person get to that point? Our personal, cultural…
Ethics is what truly defines a person or company. In our world today, everyone is governed by a complex of moral principles and values in which they believe in. That’s why everyone in the world is unique we all have different codes of ethics that make us the individuals that we are. We all have different opinions of what is right and what is wrong. Did you think it was right when Germany invaded Poland? Well Hitler certainly did. But why do…
(2007), define ethics as “the principles, norms, and standards of conduct governing an individual or organization.” I was influenced the way I determine different actions or behavior in a particular situation since I was a child. Growing up with a single Catholic mother made me value different things and behave in a particular way. In addition, this made me a have a particular ethical system that influences the way I work and act as an individual. At the corporation level, ethics is important because…
Personal Code of Ethics
Having a personal code of ethics is very important to me since it defines who I am and what my beliefs are. My ethical code symbolizes who I am as an individual as a result of my moral, religious, intellectual and cultural upbringing. One of my greatest wishes is for my personality and actions to clearly define my code of ethics, without me verbalizing or someone else reading it on a document. Some questions that I would like others to ask and come up with their…
What personal, cultural, and spiritual values contribute to your worldview and philosophy of nursing? How do these values shape or influence your nursing practice?
Ethics and values form the basis of nursing. Nurses provide nursing care by preventing illness, reducing suffering and promoting restoration of health in individuals, families, societies and communities. Nursing involves technical skills and abilities, duty and service to others with compassion and efficient decision-making…
Personal Ethics Development Paper
Personal Ethics Development Paper
At birth we are essentially a bare slate. At this time in our lives, we have learned nothing. Our only ability is to cry when we require nourishment or the need for individual vigilance and solace arises. Until certain things are compulsory we are content to lie there and watch the world rotate around us. Throughout life we evolve standards founded on what we have learned or experienced as we develop. The aim of evolving…
Ethics Awareness Inventory
January 20, 2015
Instructor: Jordan Pennefather
Ethics Awareness Inventory
The Ethics Awareness Inventory (EAI) is an instrument used to establish one's different attitudes to different portions of ethical thought and behavior. According to The Williams Institute (2011), "Ethics Awareness Inventory is a powerful tool for developing ethical competency. Besides being an instructive personal ethics assessment instrument, the EAI is a…
head and attempted another breath. The air still did not go in or make the chest rise. What should you do next?
-Give 30 chest compressions/ 2 finger swipe
There is a man lying on the ground and the scene is safe. You have approached, put on your personal protective equipment, and are kneeling beside him. What should you do now?
-Tap and check for awareness
What is the preferred method for performing 1-rescuer CPR on a child?
-use one heel
You are eating lunch in a restaurant and a woman suddenly…