Values are very important in the business world. Many individuals have different personal values that can create a diversified and healthy work environment. My personal values are something I live by each day at work and in my personal life. My biggest value based upon the Ethics Awareness Inventory Assessment is respect. I have high respect for myself and others and use this to treat everyone with integrity and fairness. Using the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness Inventory Assessment, this paper will relate my personal values to those of Kudler Fine Foods and how these values will help me if I were a manager at Kudler Fine Foods.
Kudler Fine Foods values their employees, customers, respect, and quality products and work. The owner Kathy prides herself in doing the right thing for each individual, store locations, customer needs, and communities. My personal values are the same as Kathy’s for her company. Our ethical perspectives are to do what is morally right and look at the intent behind why someone has done something rather than just the outcome of the end result. My ethical standards would help me as a manager at Kudler Fine foods because of what I stand for. My ethical principles are to be respectful under any circumstance, to be appropriate, and to have human dignity and promote human freedom. These values are important as a manager because it allows the individual to treat everyone as one person with the same respect as everyone but understand everyone is different.
My ethical style is a lot like Kathy has in her company. We both believe in intrinsic value. This means we both believe in individual respect and the right for each individual to be treated as an individual and not as a whole. This would help me as a manager at Kudler Fine Foods because it would allow me to manage employees individually and allow them to make their own choices within legal and human limits. However this ethical style could lead to situations where I...