Ethics Awareness Analysis Paper

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Ethics Awareness Analysis PaperGEN480September 18, 2010Ethics Awareness Analysis PaperEthical awareness provides the steps to ensure that decisions made are of ethical quality. Shortcuts are nonexistent when making ethical decisions, as making the "right" decisions requires significant personal judgments that will affect others. This paper will cover this undisclosed person's ethical profile based on the results from the ethical awareness inventory taken. Interpretation of the results will apply to this person's personal and professional development addressing her use of ethics in thinking and decision-making as well as dealing with opposing interpretations of ethical behavior f ...view middle of the document...

This is so because we have the capacity to put ourselves imaginatively in the place of others and recognize how we would be affected if someone were to act toward us as we are acting toward others" (Paul & Elder, 2003, p. 2).Applying the Results to Personal and Professional DevelopmentThis person's educational experience has affected her ethical thinking significantly particularly in ways of applying fair-minded thinking. As this person learned through her studies, critical thinking requires a higher level of thought processes entailing several important traits of fair-mindedness to evaluate certain situations adequately and react based on the resulting decision made. Fair-mindedness is working at considering every perspective relevant to a situation in an impartial and open-minded way (Paul & Elder, 2001). This ethical concept was evident in a situation that this person's experienced in a previous workplace in which she was a subject of workplace bullying. She experienced fair-minded thinking through her boss as she reported the issue to him and human resources management. In an effort to stay neutral, management approached both this person's and the offender to try to resolve the issue at hand. As this person complied with the suggestions from management, the offender continued with her bullying tactics despite management's watchful eyes. Seeing enough of the situation, this person's boss took matters on his own hands by moving ...


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