The aim of their life is not all about material success rather be a balanced lifestyle. They do not always aims for the highest position. If the current position is already satisfied with their need and they are happy then they likely to stay in that position rather than go for higher position. They believe that winning is not the way to solve problem. Conflict can be solved by negotiation and compromise in order to create a win-win situation.
1. LEADERSHIP This concept of leadership has made me not to be responsible to specific matters in my own department but also responsible for coordinating interaction with other departments both professionally and non-professional within the organization. It makes me not to be fearful of failure, change or confrontation from patient and colleagues. Adjustment is quickly made when failure is imminent, while trying to continue to make progress. It proves to me that respect is reciprocal, and it is what I must earn as a good leader.
“I just want to be great,” Foster said. “I’m not big on titles or anything, and I’m at that age where money is important, but it’s not really a factor. I want to be able to find my a-ha moment where I finally get it, and I understand.” Foster realizes becoming great isn’t going to happen overnight. He listens to his voice of reason telling him he’s doing the right thing, and to be patient with the process. “I think it takes a certain type of person to work here.
Personal gain may occur, but it cannot be the motivating factor. Communality: Sharing a concern for one another within and outside the scope of the professional community. Trust: To have the trust that the cause of social networking is a worthy one and people involved will do their best to help achieve this goal. In my opinion, trust is by far the most important trait for a “giver”. Trust that his/her time and resources will be used appropriately for a greater good.
I do not see humans as a type of creature that would necessarily be motivated by moral values. Awareness of moral values and motivation to act accordingly leaves out many other confounds. Even if we ignore these confounds, Mackie’s asking whether there would be always be motivation; regardless of the fact that there are other conflicting motivating factors, which may override the practical motivation to align one’s actions to some objective
Independence will help a lot of people excel in their activities. Working with other people and working alone should not be forced upon you. We should not put too much emphasis on independent work because it is a choice, some people are scared to interact with others, and interacting with others might not help progress the activity for the better. Everyone has a choice in life and everyone has their own type of lifestyle. Others should not be able to influence lifestyles or
I understand now that nothing is handed to you and quitting when things get difficult isn 't an option. Dreams are tough to achieve, but if you stick with something and work hard enough for it, who 's to say your dreams won 't become your reality
This theory state that people should make decisions because of who they are and not because some rules or law that guides them. If people make decisions based merely on anticipation of only good consequences there would not be new discovery. Discoveries are the unknown and in the unknown you cannot anticipate the consequences of what we do not know so in other words there would be no risk taking. Virtue ethics theory allows one to make decisions by evaluating a situation, weighing circumstances and coming to conclusion on the best possible result. It is not dependent on the greatest outcome because not all right decisions leads to the greatest utility.