What did you learn from your Ethics Awareness Inventory profile?
After participating in the Ethics Awareness Inventory Profile my results provided me with much knowledge pertaining to my perspectives on ethics based on the results from the multiple actions and diverse obligations of me. According to my results I am blended in my ethical perspective with results and obligations. My results profile was my highest score totaling four. I most often use the utilitarian theory where my ethics are based on finding the decision that results in the most good for the largest number of people. I also scored a three in the obligation profile which describes me as a person who is compelled to be a balanced individual who must be morally right.
How can you apply this information to the workplace?
Based on my results stating that my highest scores are in results and obligations I am a person who is able to think over the benefits and consequences of my actions to understand the rights and the wrongs of the actions prior to making the decision in a workplace environment. To apply this information I would first analyze the situation and determine the facts regarding the scenario. I would then decide which I believe to be the decision that has the best outcome for the most number of people that are involved in the decision. Following my options I would also decide which one best follows my own values and ethics to make the right decision.
How have social pressures influenced your personal and business ethics?
Both my personal ethics and business ethics over the course of my years have been met with social pressure. Throughout the pressure I have learned to weigh my options before immediately making a choice without all the information. I have also realized the importance of ensuring that I have the most amount of information possible to determine the right from wrong decisions. The decisions that I make greatly affect both my personal and business ethics and can risk...