Self-exploration can be done with self-awareness of one’s own feelings, action, thoughts, potential, qualities and abilities (Boontarika Narknisorn 2012). Life experience can give data about oneself. Therefore, the clients can watch themselves in difference perspective with a specific end goal to increase self-exploration (Boontarika Narknisorn 2012). For example people ask themselves certain question such as why, like or dislike in daily life. Aside from that, the client also will be kind to oneself and others.
Yet it does not always send a positive message. The Golden Rule is endorsed by all the great world religions; Christian, Buddhist, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, and so on. Even though the golden rule is considered as the rule to teach you how to respect people and their feelings yet sometimes it can be wrong. When I was in high school a friend of mine commented on my Facebook picture a message that I was not fond of, when I confronted him, he told me that he did not realize it will make me mad, and that that kind of message would not upset him. We often base our assumptions off of hypothesizing how someone else might feel or react in a certain situation.
A key concept of Person-centered therapy is trust towards individuals ' ability to work in a beneficial way for self-fullfillment and autonomy, if current conditions provoke this self-growth process. This particular directional process towards “self-maturity” is formally defined as “actualizing tendency”; which for me is a quite inspiring and positive view that holds the belief that people have an inner capacity of self-healing and replenishing possible maladjustment without implying a movement away from interpersonal relationships and interdependence (Broadley, 1999). Personal thoughts of mine reflect the same point of view; one can heal himself/herself and realize his/her self-fulling life goals if there is qualitative time and qualitative thinking and try in his/her life. Firstly, by replenishing facades and progressively, by dealing with his 'her dysfunctional and “unwanted” emotions and behaviors. With the same perspective, PCT therapy relies on the assumption that people are already aware of the factors in their lives that makes them unhappy.
Since the first civilizations, cultures have valued certain virtues. The dictionary defines a virtue as “a good and moral quality.”[explain it better] Virtues are vital to every culture. They determine how people conduct themselves, what religion they follow, and how they interact with the world around them. Virtues can be found almost everywhere in a culture. Art, literature, and law are all based around the virtues that people hold as important.
Besides that, it also needs to highlight the benefits of altruistic behavior (Liu, 2007). In the context of altruistic, altruistic employees put others’ importance forward with their own, go beyond the requirement of duty and associate with ethical achievement stated by (Zhang, Zheng, & Wei, 2009). Moreover, leaders tend to act more altruistically towards other employees because they can gain benefit because having a good reputation in the organization, (Bereczkei, Birkas, & Kerekes,
Sabrina Duong Philosophy 2306 Dr. Matthis MW 3:50-5:10 P.M. Josiah Royce – Loyalty According to Josiah Royce, loyalty is defined as the willing and practical and thorough going devotion of a person to a cause. Before reading this section of the book, loyalty to me meant to always stay truthful, to be reliable, to stay committed, and never betray that person or cause no matter what given situation may occur. Loyalty can create a bond between two or more individuals. It helps shape their relationship whether it is professional or personally. Royce not only defines what loyalty is, but he describes what it takes to become loyal to a certain cause.
And that shows integrity because you are being honest, which is what you believe is right. In the book, The Giver, the main character Jonas, is selected as the next Receiver of Memory because he displayed four traits; Intelligence, Integrity, Courage, and Wisdom. Today, I will show what I have found of Jonas’ integrity throughout the book. Through his words, behavior, and actions, we will see the integrity that gave Jonas his role as Receiver. So let’s get started.
Clarifying Your Values Assignment Value: Reliability Choosing Freely 1. Am I sure I have thought about this value and chosen to believe it myself? I feel that this is the most important value. In my opinion in order to have many of the other values on the list, you need to be reliable first. With reliability comes trust, which is also another very important value.
People want relief from stress even if this ends up changing their beliefs. Looking for more than one estimate of the same quantity, especially in a group; produces better final judgements then an individual first estimate. Even though we prefer to hear perspectives similar to our own, we are better off hearing different perspectives to make more informative decisions. Confidence earns trust and credibility, but when one is found to be wrong their credibility is now questioned. Assessing the overconfidence of people around us is often overlooked causing overprecision.
This leadership style share their ideas with the followers and usually encourage the followers to speak out their opinions while making decision. The followers who have high readiness (R3) can be led by this style. High readiness followers usually are competent with skill, but they are unwilling to perform (Daft, 2011). This is because of they are still unconfident about their ability and need some degree of direction from the leader. Therefore, this style can facilitate the followers to perform better and gain support from them.
The characteristics include empathy, caring, positive attitude, respect, hope, genuineness, autonomy for the client, and mutuality (Austin, 2002, pp. 119-127). These all are important due to the fact they all support a successful atmosphere to work in. Looking at the list, you realize you must minimize the potential for negativity. The client needs these to feel as if they matter as well as establish their self-worth.