I was brought up in a community that believed in equality and dignity for all. In the community, every person was supposed to act while taking into consideration the impact of such actions on other members. People…
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In this regard, what matters is the level of satisfaction a person gets from my services (Black, 2013). The most ethical behavior must prevail in case of any dilemma. One of the most challenging situation is the bias and complexities that arise from some patients and their families. For example, families may require that I do not tell the patient about his or her condition accurately. However, I am bound by the professional code of conduct to explain to the patient. As such, there arises a conflict.
From the discussion above, utilitarianism is the theoretical framework that describe my ethical behavior. I endeavor to make sure that my patients get the best services from me. The most ethical decision must enhance the care and hence utility received by patients. For example, I believe it is ethical to administer anesthetic or painkillers to patients with extreme pain regardless of the whether such action is allowed, as long it does not interfere with
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It provides purpose and clear idea of where one is going to in life and inspires direction to be able to compass actions towards achieving personal goals and objectives (Hansen, 2011). A career vision helps define where an individual wants to be in the future.
Value development doesn't require special efforts, but it certainly requires utmost care in the upbringing and development of the individual or a group of individuals. The individual gains values from what she sees in her surroundings and in her elders. The tender mind is not in a position to decide what is right or wrong, therefore whatever she finds out as taking place repetitively, the individual tries to replicate it.
This is what I found highly interesting. I am also glad to see that this mission statement is reflected in everything the company does.
Kudler Fine Foods has a well defined structure of management where employees are ranked in an orderly manner. Some might assume that this would be a rigid structure but that is not the case, the firm welcomes and encourages open communication and the structure only helps define the organizational system of the firm.
They shape relations with others and attitude towards work and career.
Working in a busy city ER, I create a positive attitude toward my workplace and performance which help me to belief in the worthwhileness of activities. A negative attitude toward the same might mean a dislike, nonacceptance, or sense that office is generally useless to society.
Negligence by a doctor such as Dr. Evil is a tort and a tort is a civil wrong which therefore makes this doctors actions a civil wrong against the patient. For example, in regards to the doctors duty in this case, it can be perceived that there was not a
My values, including my prioritization of family, work and other responsibilities, my guidelines for my treatment of others, my principles for handling ethical dilemmas, and my overall life philosophy, have all been heavily influenced by various people, institutions and events in my life.
Irrespective of social status, religion and cultural origin, individuals develop and inculcate their own values. Those that strictly follow their own values are sure to achieve success. This essay will analyze the different institutions that have helped me to
I will discuss the various elements that have shaped my value system. I will focus on the implication or on the impact that my values have on my work as a Human Service Professional. Some of the values I hold may make it difficult to adhere to some of the