The APA established ethical standards for internal factors including competence, privacy/confidentiality, record keeping and fees, education and training, and assessments for the purpose of government and/or professional associations, employers and other funding bodies that require accurate and appropriate records to be kept of the contact that they have with clientele. The vital aspect of keeping records is an of immense importance to the professional world. Simply put, the mere reason is that professionals need means of accountability for the services that they provide to others. They need a method of showing accuracy, and up-to-date data on their services provided. The aforementioned data would in fact best be served and supported through records.
A Teachable Ethical Concept McMahone and Hardin-Baylor (2012) explore benefits of using a widely recognized a leadership style in organizations called servant leadership” to provide a systematic training approach that could help organizations to encourage ethical practices in their work environments. Keith (as cited in Spiro, 2011) believes that this style is about the focus on identifying and meeting needs of others in the organization, instead of the focusing self-interests and maximizing individual benefits of leaders like power, fame, and wealth. Spiro (2011) highlights that becoming a servant leader require developing the habits 1. build this style of leadership into the founding organizational values of. 2. recognizing your own strengths and weaknesses and their impact 3. Developing a flatter organizational structure 4. listening to the people around well.
Chemerix should have a comprehensive code of conduct. The most important factor for a company to promote moral behavior is a complete list of codes of conduct. It plays as a guideline, and helps the company to make ethical decisions, and solve ethical dilemmas. As a result, following a well-structured code of conduct increases the reputation of the company, and prevents negative financial effects due to legal issues. Companies should make sure that employees read and understand the requirements of their organization 's code of conduct.
Ethics according to my understanding is that division of philosophy which concerns with the moral principles that guide us in terms of our behaviour and way of doing things. Ethics simply helps a person in distinguishing between the right and wrong, good and bad, just and unjust, acceptable and unacceptable. It incorporates the ethical standards or the code of ethics guiding a person into the right path by instilling discipline and other virtues in our life’s daily activities. As professional teachers we endowed with dignity and reputation with high code of conduct while practicing the noble teaching profession which also requires us to follow set of ethical and moral principles, standards and values. Ethics in education concerns with the study of ethical standards or basic principles related rooted in the education system.
A company’s leadership is also involved training to handle the unethical dilemmas. An environment that practices ethical leadership, must have written codes of ethics on which an organization’s culture get to develop. Ethical compliances are also involved in the development of corporate social responsibility. Recommendations Although L’Oreal is ranked as one of the top ethical organization, there is always a placed to improvement. Here are some recommendations for the company that can improve the ethical leadership practice in the company.
Scholarly Argument In order for any adult education organization to be successful, the bottom line should be considered, but ultimately decisions made in adult education programs should prioritize social justice imperatives. According to Brookfield (n.d.), “critical theory can be deemed effective to the extent that it keeps alive the hope that the world can be changed to make it fairer and more compassionate”. (p. 6) There are a variety of components that all work together to ensure the success of the organization. An adult education organization should ensure they have strong leadership, adequate funding and staff to ensure the organization is successful. In addition, at the heart of all successful organizations are the learners the organization
Ethical decision making is important to counselors for a couple of reasons. The first, has to do with the core of what being a counselor is about. The American Counseling Association (2014) Code of Ethics says in code A.1., that the foremost feature of being a counselor is to “promote the welfare of clients” (p.4). Furthermore, it elaborates on this idea further when code A.4.a. mentions, to avoid precipitating harm to their clients, is a practitioner’s responsibility.
Decisions about right and wrong, good and bad imbue our day to day liveliness; Behaving accordingly as individuals, shaping liable governments and trussed organization, and making our society as a whole more ethical. I understand that decision about “right” and “wrong” and “good” and “bad” can be difficult, and is somethings related to individual ambience. Even though ethics conflate or confused with ways in which people may make choices including law and religion, Ethics provides standards for acceptable and unacceptable behaviors that guides one decision on how we ought to act in a range of situations. I believe I use the “The Common Good Approach” mostly. The Common Good Approach is a type of Consequentialist that suggest that ethical actions are those that benefit all members of the community.
As it relates to human resources role in ethical behavior in the workforce, I believe features of this code of ethics, such as setting standards to be examples for others, positively influencing workplace and recruitment practices and assuring a commitment to diversity in the organization, can be applied to the healthcare HR issues and concerns outlined in this paper. Human resource representatives must be a trusted source; one that staff can rely on for unbiased input as well as believe
Ethics Personal Statement – FA16 BA 342 Patrick Quirk Introduction: Ethics is something that all people should hold as a core value. I firmly believe that ethical behavior is what drives the world forward. Knowing the difference between right and wrong can make all the difference in how a person lives and how others view them. I will be discussing my own personal views on ethics. I will explain my own ethical upbringing, and how I see ethics applied in society today.
The healthcare industry is one of the sectors that are of great value to the society and the goal to improve healthcare has not only been in terms of facilities but also the manner of treatment that surrounds ethics. Woodville Healthcare Centre has resorted to strive in doing right by their patients in every means possible. Part of their mission involves doing everything right as far as healthcare ethics is concerned. Woodville faces scenarios involving various principles of ethics that are based upon diverse ethical theories. In many cases elements of all major ethical theories are usually looked at by Woodville’s operational staff, executive staff and the governing board as a whole in dealing with various ethical scenarios.