Reputation lens: the icon represents this lens is a camera representing how this lens uses their vantage point like a camera this lens captures pictures that focus on persons, or people, that help identify the ethical requirements of the roles they have in this life. Making choices: a framework for making ethical decisions decisions about right and wrong permeate everyday life ethics should concern all levels of life: acting properly as individuals, creating responsible organizations and governments, and making our society as a whole more ethical. 7 lenses: learning the principles and practices of ethical leadership - kindle edition by linda fisher thornton download it once and read it on your kindle device, pc, phones or tablets use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading 7 lenses: learning the principles and practices of ethical leadership. “ethics must begin at the top of an organisation it is a leadership issue and the chief executive must set the example” – edward hennessy the world of business is full of ethical dilemmas, from where to direct scarce resources to serving the local community.
Ethicsgame provides online simulations to universities and business for ethics education and critical thinking skills. In 7 lenses: the principles and practices of ethical leadership, i describe seven perspectives on ethical responsibility ethics experts and notable leaders through the ages have made a compelling case for all seven of these perspectives on ethical responsibility. ‘ethicsgame’ uses an ethical lens inventory™ (eli), to identify how individuals prioritize core values when making decisions there are four lenses in the model, each based on the interaction between rationality and sensibility on the vertical axis and autonomy and equality on the horizontal axis.
Using the lens of harm/care and fairness/reciprocity focuses one’s questioning on the two core ethical requirements this is something, anyone can do, at any time, in any culture to derive ethical truth. Ethical lens inventory paper samantha garza eth/316 august 27, 2013 steven edington ethical lens inventory paper while doing the ethics game and answering the questions as it relates to my own values, i thought it was very interesting. Ethical lenses and ethical theories april mallari eth / 316 02/09/2012 evelyn moorman the purpose of this paper is to compare the similarities and differences between virtue theory, utilitarianism, and deontological ethics. The ethical lens inventory (eli) embracing ethical plurality the eli is an instrument that helps students identify their core ethical commitments the instrument was designed by catharyn baird and jeannine niacaris after baird developed a meta-ethical approach to ethics education in 1986, as baird was tasked with teaching law and ethics in.
Ethical lenses: the perceptions that guide moral judgment introduction this week’s readings focus on the relationship between theory and practice—an unavoidable intersection that characterizes the study of ethics. 2 ethical lens news changes to the cima code of ethics, and introducing the code of ethics for cgmas cima has updated its code of ethics in order to ensure that it remains. Through the lens of the seven army values, noting how they are of continued relevance today finally, i propose a way ahead which combines these ethical virtues with our army profession, thereby yielding a roadmap for the future of our ethical education within our diverse military.
Having purpose: ethical decision making, leadership & community your preferred ethical lens is just a starting place the goal of ethical exploration is to appropriately use all four lenses when analyzing and addressing situations & relationships. The 7 lenses of ethical leadership o i believe that our current understanding of ethical leadership does not clearly describe the complexity and ethical implications of leader behaviors, and that there is an emerging clearer, bigger picture that will a continuum of perspectives. Ethical lens eth/316 ethical lens inventory rajonne mitchell eth/316 10/12/2012 s edington in talking to a friend, how would you describe your ethical perspective as identified by the ethical lens inventory, including your blind spot, strengths, weaknesses, and values.
To look at problems through different “ethical lenses,” to develop the ability to make reasoned, balanced decisions that reflect the professional ethic those ethical lenses represent three. Preferred ethical lens essay my preferred ethical lens is relationship and reputation which means using your reasoning skills and intuition to determine what process, character traits and virtues best serve the community by assuring fairness and justice for all. Ethical failure and its operational cost by major jeffrey a la plante ethical failures during the current era of persistent conflict have had significant operational costs. Looking help with this paper on ethical dilemma my dilemma which i want in the introduction is a sgm who has a sgm who works for him has committed sexual assault rules say he must report it but loyalty to the other sgm might say no.
Definition of an ethical act: 1 fulfills the rights and responsibilities of the ethical actor 2 is done with care and concern for the other individual concerns. The ethical lens inventory™ seminar is a four-hour hands-on workshop during which participants engage in a series of interactive exercises that help them clarify their values and understand how their values influence their choices. Overview of the four ethical lenses™ as you work through the scenario, you are responsible for holding the perspective, questions, and values of these lenses to help you remember what those are you can refer to this chart: rights/responsibilities lens results lens using this vantage point is like looking through a telescope: we take a very long view focusing on the universal ideal values. A guide to understanding your own ethical type and learning more about the four primary ethical perspectives.