By Bellingham R.

ISBN-10: 0874257387

ISBN-13: 9780874257380

How do you get to the bottom of the moral and ethical dilemmas that come up on your existence? are you able to establish, articulate, and safeguard the moral ideas that govern and effect your moral and ethical decision-making? What moral sort are you?The moral kind Indicator will help you notice the solutions. This self-scoring own evaluate software measures the level to that you want and use six moral philosophies while faced with a moral dilemma.The software includes forty two statements reflective of 1 of six moral theories. The instrument is simple to accomplish and self-scoring takes just a couple of minutes.There aren't any ''right'' or ''wrong'' solutions. reply with own honesty and candor to:Discover your basic moral decision-making choice or moral typeAssess the measure to that you are encouraged via moral principlesBecome empowered to acknowledge, learn and unravel destiny moral dilemmasSample statements:- Do you regard written codes of behavior as necessary in resolving moral dilemmas?- Do you suspect the wishes of the various outweigh the wishes of the few?- Are the options, emotions and ideology of buddies a big consideration?Also included:- rationalization of the way to interpret and use the uncooked ratings- Description of every moral kind- directions for utilizing the software for additional self-exploration and communique with others- a quick presentation of a disciplined technique of moral reasoning

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Principles 1. Creating an ethical culture must begin with a vision that includes employees, customers, and communities. 2. An ethical culture must be guided by values that anchor the vision. 3. An ethical culture must be supported by norms and policies that influence desired behaviors in the organizational environment. Rating Scale for Culture This scale will help you see where you are and where you want to be. 0 Awareness of stated values Creating an Ethical Culture 21 THE ISSUES The Need for Vision Creating an ethical culture begins with a vision of the organization and its relationship to the world.

As most executives know, health-care costs are rising astronomically. In the United States, the total health-care bill exceeded one trillion dollars in 2000, more than 15 percent of the Gross National Product (GNP). Employers paid almost 30 40 Ethical Leadership percent of that cost in direct health-care expenses. Those costs can be translated into direct effects on the bottom line. 7 If this rate continues, health-care costs will soon overtake corporate profits altogether. If those figures are not enough, the Prudential Insurance Company of New York has determined that it costs $500,000 to recruit and retrain a replacement for a high-level executive who dies from a heart attack at age 50.

3. , and Cohen, B. Managing for Health and Productivity. Kelly Communications, 1987. 4. Freeman, E. , and Gilbert, D. R. Corporate Strategy and the Search for Ethics. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1988. 5. , and Tipton, S. Habits of the Heart. San Francisco: University of California Press, 1985. 6. Peters, T. Thriving on Chaos. New York: Knopf, 1987. 7. Grier, D. Globe and Mail, December 13, 1989, p. B2. 2 Winning through People INTRODUCTION It is very common in organizations to hear leaders talk about people as the most valuable and valued asset, but it is very uncommon to see a consistent set of actions and initiatives that support that talk.

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