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Personal Ethical Statement
Samuel Tate
Gen/200
September 18, 2014

Tina Shaw

Personal Ethical Statement

After completing the personal ethical lens inventory, my preferred ethical lens results

was relationship and reputation. It is important to have a good relationship with anyone you

are trying to be successful with, along with achieving your personal and company goals. A

good relationship will make a good working environment which then in return make

co-workers want to work for you and with you. Along with a good relationship you will also

need to have a good reputation to be successful in today’s society. If you are known for

having a bad reputation your chances of gaining someone's trust or getting hired will be hard

to do. Showing up to work on time, completing tasks in a timely manner and dressing

appropriately is just a few ways to gain a good reputation.

One of my major blind spot is that I am overconfidence in the process. Sometimes I

believe that a consistent process results in just an outcome for all. I sometimes trust the

process too much and forget that unequal access gives rise to unjust outcomes.

Next, my strengths are carefully thinking and researching all options of the problem.

Being concerned with fairness, and what keeps people connected to others in the community.

Ensuring that the systems and processes be coherent, uniformly followed, and they protect

the least advantaged without creating undue burdens for the rest. One of my major weakness

is that I tend to become isolated because I was not the one that develop process.

Lastly, my primary concern is the well-being of the whole community and ensuring the

community well-being is the best way for individuals to be treated fairly. Being an ethical

person is one with sound character traits and habits of thoughtful reflection who seeks justice

and fundamental fairness in the community. Those who demonstrate strong leadership in

their roles and give everyone in the community a chance to succeed exemplify ethical

behavior.

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