I realized that every decision I made in the workplace and even in my private life has an ethical aspect to it and failing to address this can lead to unethical actions. I also realised that every action and decision taken will affect both me and at least another individual in a certain way. In this regard, when making decisions, it is necessary to know when to act in which way and how this will affect the other person; this is especially so with regard to the patients I deal with and the people I work with. The ACHE standards are important in guiding my professional ethical conduct as they act as a guidelines as well as a reminder of the importance of ethical behaviour and ethical conduct. The ACHE standards are important in reminding me how important it is for a professional in my career to be able look at the ways in which my actions affect the other people. ACHE standards are geared towards affecting the way people think about their actions with regard to other people. As an individual, ACHE standards have made me to rethink the way I do things and the way I look at issues. They have reminded me that in making decisions, I should be able to think about the other person and not just how the decision will be beneficial to me. My individual ethics determines how I make decisions and how I act in all times. Regardless of the ACHE standards, I am an honest person and I believe in fairness. In this regard, I always look for fairness when making decisions and when acting in certain ways. This helps me to make the right decisions and to be able to consider how my decisions will affect other people. However, there are those instances where I may drop my guard and may not essentially act in the ethical way. One example of such a time is when dealing with other people’s actions. ACHE standards have made me to realise that ethical conduct is not just limited to my actions, but rather that it also has to do with how I deal with other people’s actions. In this regard, if a colleague acts in an unethical way, it is my ethical responsibility to correct them and to make sure that such unethical actions are not tolerated. Acting in an ethical manner can be a big challenge due to a number of issues. One main issue has to do with the fact that one may not know when he or she is acting in an unethical way. In this regard, one of the strategies which I will use in order to help myself to act in an ethical manner in the future is by learning as much as possible about ethical issues. For instance, studying the ACHE standards can help me to identify the many situations in which I should be alert ethically. As described above, being able to correct the actions of others when they are unethical is part of ethical behaviour and failing to do so is unethical. This was only made clear to me after studying the ACHE ethical standards. In this regard, I intend to learn as much as possible in order to make sure that I understand as much as possible the various issues which constitute unethical behaviour. The other important thing which I will include in my strategy for the future with regard to ethical behaviour is acting in time and being proactive. By reading the ACHE ethical standards, I realised that failing to act in time and only acting in the last minute is one of the factors which lead to unethical action because one is left with little choice. In this regard, I will start acting proactively to make sure that
Ethical Self-Assessment University: According to ACHE (2011), the healthcare profession is constantly facing numerous challenges which increase the ethical issues which professionals face and there is a need to create an ethical environment in which professionals will operate…
No one is perfect. That is true. Every human has his/her own strengths and weaknesses. At work, it is self-awareness in terms of strengths and weaknesses can help in enhancing and improving performance. It is through the self-knowledge that a person can learn to harness the potential of his/her strengths and on how to control how the weaknesses affect his/her daily undertakings at work.
The Energy Institute’s (EI) ICP Panel will review your career history, education and training record against the academic learning outcomes from an accredited engineering qualification. The ICP panel will either: confirm you have satisfied the benchmark academic criteria and are therefore eligible for registration with the Engineering Council; or identify any enhancements required to enable registration with the Engineering Council.
However, there is no denying the fact that in an organizational context, the measure of the ethical affiliations of a person is to a great extent confined to what could be deduced from one’s actions and words. To date there does not exit any standard to gauge the ethical integrity of a person’s heart and mind.
The interconnectedness and interrelated plans and actions of management-leadership collaborations are critical in the endeavors of networking, shared meaning, and problem solving. Therefore, appropriate types of assessments utilized at critical times are time consuming, but necessary for sustaining and maintaining stability, empowerment, and from my perspective, ethical purpose and considerations.
I would want to have a family of my own and children whom I am able to give good education and good life. I want to get into financial world and work as a leader showing others way to go.
Milestones I wish to achieve in life one by
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Should the MP concur, on the basis of your PDR and PDR interview, that your roles,
I am familiar with the ethical codes and even the ethical principles according to APA and always strive to attain them. It is also the ethical codes and principles that have made me develop my professional skills.
I am an honest
The scores were nine for justice approach, 10 for moral-rights approach, 11 for individual approach, and eight for utilitarian approach, all being moderate values. This also requires all round improvements.
A fair ethical guiding principle is not adequate