a. Discuss the moral responsibilities you would have as a leader in your field of focus.
b. Develop a moral vision or road map that would guide you as a human service leader.
c. Incorporate your personal values and the particular ethics of your chosen field into that moral vision.
d. Think about your guiding principles, plans for the future, and what you hope to achieve as a leader when creating your moral vision.
The main duty of the social work profession is to improve human welfare and to facilitate all communities in meeting their basic human needs. This profession pays special attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are defenseless, oppressed, and living in poverty. A significant element of social work is the focus on an individual’s wellbeing in society and
the wellbeing of society as a whole. This includes paying attention to the environmental factors that create, contribute to, and address problems that occur in everyday living. These duties are met while respecting the cultural and ethnical diversities of the people that they serve (NASW, 2008). While social workers are shouldering society’s worries, they fall prey to anxiety, depression, stress-related disorders, as well as relationship problems and physical or mental illness. These influences on work environments can include the lack of confidence in making decisions, changes in work performance, indecision about professional responsibilities, preconception against certain clients, demotion, or even loss of employment (McAuliffe, 2005). This becomes a challenge to work through personal issues and inner dilemmas to provide the best care possible to their clients. Road map
A successful human service leader should be...