In this essay, we, as team A, will discuss what we have learned from our ethical lenses and how we can ensure correct decision making that will advance ourselves and influence our communities in a positive way. Likewise, we will also be discussing the similarities and differences between our ethical lenses, and what we have learned from each of our defined blind spots. In conclusion, we will be presenting the importance of this week’s concepts on ethics to each team member and to society in general.
We learned that ethical perspectives are made using a moral view. Ethics which help keep you grounded in objective principles. When using ethics perspectives let all things be done decently and in order for it is the modification of truth. We have learned that ethical perspectives makes us aware and will help us in the future career by thinking more critically and deeply and making better decisions. We all know that everyone’s ethical perspective is shaped differently based on many factors like background, culture, religious beliefs, etc.
We learned that ethical decision-making could affect other people. Avoid asking yourself the WRONG questions when making your decision. Ethical decision making provides the guiding requirements or goals for right conduct in making decisions in a group. Everybody needs to make ethic decisions whether or not they are a boss, supervisor, employee, or customer. It is important to make ethical decisions because unethical decisions can hurt you or hurt others or make you regret something. There are different ways to approach any given situation according to four different lenses in which people fall under. The Rights and Responsibilities lens, which focuses on following rules, the Relationship lens, which emphases treating everyone with fairness, the Results lens, which acknowledges a situation that is good for everyone, and the Reputation lens, where setting a good example for the community is important.
Plainly, our lenses are similar in that it reflects our personalities. We all can agree that after the assessment each one of us have learned new concepts about ourselves. We all learned something in our lenses about ourselves that has never been put into words before the assessments. We believe that they are different because each individual is not the same. The team's assessments are similar in that we all have areas in where we excel and areas where we are less successful, and areas of improvement. Everyone has specific areas in which we need improvement, especially targeting our character and methods in resolving problems. Knowing what they are we can further improve upon those concepts to help our careers. The team's assessments are similar in that we all have areas in where we excel and areas where we are less successful, and areas of improvement. Everyone has specific areas in which we need improvement, especially targeting our character and methods in resolving problems. In the end, all assessments have suggestions in how to improve our characters. The Team's assessments are different in that they are meant made specifically for each individual. Each result differs from another, also each areas of strengths, weaknesses and areas of improvement are likewise all different.
Identified by the inventory exercise, we have learned that there is some diversity as far as blind spots among the members in our team. There are the following blind spots detected: overconfidence in the process and unrealistic role expectations. In fact, two of our members have some in common. We have learned that not every process is having consistent process results and that we trust the process too much in a way that the motive justifies the method. We also learned that our blind spot is the area in which we see the outcome of how we manage and solve problems. If we do not attempt to make the necessary changes to our blind spot, we may be missing out on