The Ethics Awareness Inventory is assessment of a person’s ethical perspective. This report is tool that analyzes the way a person perceives what is right from wrong. The report focuses on a person’s judgment and how he or she makes ethical decisions. This report shows how a person handles conflicts ethically. The report can be used to enhance a person’s outlook and approach on ethical issues. I am in agreement with the report because I make my ethical decisions based upon obligations. The Ethical Awareness Inventory assessment will permit me to enhance my attentiveness towards ethical issues.
According to the Ethics Awareness Inventory I base my ethical perspectives upon obligation what is right. I make my decisions according to what I think is right from wrong. I look for a person’s intent behind his or her actions rather than emphasizing on outcome. “In, other words, to be considered ethical, we must choose how we act and what rules we are willing to follow.” (Ethical Awareness) For example, when I am faced with an ethical dilemma I think about being obligated to do what is right and then I make my final decision. a. Character/virtue
The ethical perspectives based upon character consist of “what is good to be, rather than what is good to do.” (Ethical Awareness) People who base their ethical perspective upon character consider that ethics should be attained by honorable excellence. They look past ones actions and based their decisions upon a person’s character. Within a workplace environment, if a manager was to provide a refund for services to an unsatisfied customer, the manager would make his or her determination based upon defending the disposition and honor of all entities connected to the judgment. (Ethical Awareness) For example, within my childcare business, if a client requests a refund for services rendered of childcare fees, as a manager I would have take into consideration the character of all parties involved when...
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