Ethical Self Assessment

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Ethical Self Assessment
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When taking the self assessment on the ACHE website I learned a few things about myself when it comes to ethical decision making and how I may potentially act in a given situation. One that really stood out was an example from the Colleagues and Staff section of the online assessment and it was the survey statements, “I foster discussions about ethical concerns when they arise” (ache.org). I try to always do these is a business setting and that I will bring up concerns to management or a respectable party that can guide the team in the right ethical direction.

After taking the ACHE assessment I hope to learn from this experience and utilize the learning’s during my ethical decision making in the work place. After going through the self-assessments I realized that, “I am respectful of individuals who differ from me in ethnicity, gender, education or job position” (ache.org). This specific question made me think of how I treat others around me. Treating everyone the same no matter that the back ground, race, or creed will be in the back of my head now and I will make sure I always treat others equally even if their backgrounds are different than mine. Diversity in the work place builds a stronger organization since you have many different cultural, educational, and gender specific ideas that together make company stronger. I also need to be more aware of the following assessment statement, “I thoughtfully consider decisions when making a promise on behalf of the organization to a person or a group of people” (ache.org). This is an area I hope to improve on after this assessment made me aware of this specific situation. I hope to keep others in mind when making business decisions that could possibly affect people other than myself. Making sure you can get the job done and having everyone on the same page is very important when completing certain tasks.

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