Every day we make decisions whether they are good or bad, whether if the sky is blue or white. We are against dilemma and predicaments in which we must try to assume and figure out what is the “right” decision or not. When it comes to fair decisions people tend to believe other people should linger “value-neutral” or unprejudiced with certain situations. According to the Williams Institute, when faced with fair problems, people tend to trust that are “true” and “false” choices and find themselves either stuck on the situation or pick the wrong answer. For instance, some people make decisions uniting with his or her personal ethical values. Williams Institute effortless develops an algorithm to guide and support people in making ethical decisions. There are several aspects of what ethics is or should be. Ethics is one’s opinion. Some people believe the ethics their grandparents lived upon.
The algorithm included a few characteristics that persuaded my decision as well as effect of our decisions on our co workers or everyday people. The way we think may not be ethical to others. For example, I may believe that the business is doing well while others may judge that the business is doing poorly. We all have to compromise on our decisions to make things come together. Showing appreciative and determinations prolongs happiness and fairness amongst teams.
The Ethical Awareness Inventory (EAI) my ethical perspective was based on obligation and least likely based on character. To me, integrity and honesty are the most important character traits. By following the rules does not make one ethical. In my professional and personal life experience this meant that I will tend to look amongst the individual’s actions to determine intentions rather than put my mind on results. Ethics is extremely important in profession. That’s how one continues to have customers and friends. Selling products and services to the public challenges one’s ethics by meeting sales...