What I have learned through taking the surveys on the Ethical Lens Inventory taken throughout the this course is that my preferred lens is the Reputation Lens. According to my Ethical Lens Report my strengths are that I use my head, I have compassion, I live out my role responsibility and I make virtuous decisions. On the contrary the surveys have concluded that my weaknesses are entitlement, hardness of heart, confusion and self-righteousness. Lastly, my value is Fortitude and my blind spot is unrealistic goal expectations.
I agree with my strengths that I have compassion. I feel that I am a very compassionate person. I truly enjoy working with and helping people. My compassion is the main reason that I have chosen to work in the healthcare field. Even though my work has not exactly been hands on medical treatment to patients it has always been the work of making sure patients are getting the quality care and respect that they deserve. Another strength I possess is that I see clearly and use my head. I always trust my gut and feel that I am in tune with myself and have the ability to stop and interpret my instincts. In other words I have good judgment and trust my judgment. I also concur that I live out my role of responsibility. When I complete any work, regardless what the work is and it has my name on it I am going to complete it thoroughly and with pride. I want my classmates and co-workers to know that they can rely on me to complete my work and that my work will be that of quality.
The weaknesses that I agree with are that I have unrealistic goal expectations, but this unrealistic expectation pertains to me. I believe this goes hand in hand with role responsibility. I become frustrated if I am not able to provide quality work to the extent that I expect from myself. This weakness takes place not only in my working world, but also in my scholarly world and especially in my personal life. The weakness that I disagree with is