This helps the members of organization to better understand the behavior that is expected of them and act accordingly. A clearly written code is also important as it defines the overall ethical behavior of the organization. There are four reasons for having a proper code of ethics identified by scholars First is that a clear understanding of what actions can be performed under what situation will enhance the firm’s reputation by standardizing the acts Secondly better and effective practices will emerge as all members will follow the written code rather than taking random decisions Thirdly a written code will gather the employees around corporate culture by eliminating and discrediting the unwanted practices And lastly a clear set of ethical actions will positively effect all stake holder as it will be easier to understand the actions of members for all stakeholder and expectations will also be set
1. Introduction Business Ethics is made up of a wide range of ethical principles or morals that arise in the business setting. In order to ethically govern the business, a lot of decision making has to take place. These ethical decisions will need to be made to put the companies’ principles into motion. There needs to be a background of ethics in order for ethical decisions to be made.
Rock Companies Property Management has adopted the phrase “ISMs.” ISMs are the ethical principles that we use as a model for team member and company behavior. In fact, it is the base of our culture. We are reminded that ethical behavior is essential to the manner in which we interact with one another as well as how we conduct business at Rock Companies
“Shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly, as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly” (1 Peter 5:2, English Standard Version). Seeing law enforcement as a vocation, Officer Norman understands that his pledge to protect and serve is a covenant between him and his community. “Public trust in law enforcement to perform their responsibilities in accordance with their oath is essential to effective crime control and community policing” (Doherty, 2016). Through his words and actions, Officer Norman has created a counter narrative to the “us vs. them” police mentality many in the United States belief is the case. As a Christian and police officer, Officer Norman is an example of how to successfully integrate one’s faith into a secular profession.
In Titus 1:5-9, Paul simple explains what God expects of those who will lead his people here on earth. Pastors must be an example in character not just words. It is imperative that he is a man with godly commitments and is faithful to the church, his wife, and children. A pastor must also be a man of good conduct and understand the need of a good reputation. For this is necessary in building a balance life that will allow one to walk worthy according to God’s will.
Although Whitman would agree with Winthrop that within a community there is a unifying force created by the individuals, he would argue that Winthrop’s imaginings of having a community modeled after god is not adequate because it will result in unfairness. “A Model of Christian Charity” establishes a representation of a community working together, rather than, working by themselves. With the help of each other and by following God’s will, the community shall be successful and harmonious. It is essential to note the importance of a relationship between man and god as god stands as the one true source of authority in this community. Winthrop explains the importance of loving God.
An individual who is well acquainted in the belief of following a specific religion, lives their life according to a set of principles and guidelines in carrying out certain actions and assisting in the decision making of what will seem acceptable and ethical in both the corporate sector and in society as a whole. Each religious group is just as significant and important as the next. Each group follows a specific holy book, in which they can reference their beliefs and practices. According to Christianity, Christians believe in the 'Holy Bible ' together with the 'Ten Commandments '. It is a set of guiding principles to live accordingly, as to how God would want them to live their lives in a desirable manner.
A biblical worldview is the lens we use to trust the word of God and how we apply it to everyday life. Our worldview is something we deem true and valuable. Hence, by applying God 's all-knowing truth and wisdom, we allow it to be the groundwork of everything we think, say, and do. Biblical Worldview According to Graham, the Bible sets the tone for a Christian worldview and unseals the eyes of sinful people so
The first concerns is about the personal integrity of leader, which also termed as moral person. Ethical leadership mostly grounded on leaders’ moral values (Kaptein 2003) and moral courage to uphold values and principles in the face of external risks or pressures (Van Wart 2005). Ethical leaders have special interest in others’ well-being, enduring the needs of followers and broader common good (Van Wart 2005). Besides, ethical leaders committed higher purpose (Khuntiar and Ssuar 2004) embrace altruistic values (Brown,Treviño, and Harrison 2005). Ethical leaders are able to recognize the moral elements of the decision and able to predict the moral impacts of their decisions, the goals they set and the methods used to achieve them (Treviño, Brown, and Hartman