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BETHI3201 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS FOR BUSINESS

Department : Faculty of Business Management & Globalization


Course Name : Professional Ethics for Business
Commence Date : Week 2
Deadline Date : Week 7
Assessment
Unit Controller : Deepa
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Contact Number : 8138 (20%)

GOAL & REFLECTION EXERCISE

Please submit your assignment in the following order, with all pages stapled together.

1. Statement of Goals & Traits


2. Statement of Norms & Beliefs
3. Completed Personal Values
4. Your “Credo”
5. Your “Connect and Reflect”
6. Your “Story” (do not forget to title it)

1. Goals & Traits. (3 points)


a. List 5 goals that you would like to achieve before you retire. It may be
helpful to think of where you would like to be at that time, how you might
wish to be remembered, what obsesses you, what you find most
absorbing or enthralling, or what will happen if you remain absorbed and
enthralled. Please consider this request in both material and near-material
terms.
b. Next, list 3 personal traits that should be helpful in reaching your goals
along with 3 personal traits that may tend to hinder you in reaching those
goals.

2. Norms & Beliefs. (3 points)


a. List 3 actions that you believe always to be “right.” Think about actions
that you would ALWAYS approve if others did them, under any
circumstances, and that certainly you would be willing to do yourself.
(Yes, this element of the assignment is a difficult one; but, the effort is
towards finding those particular things that you would always judge as
acceptable.)
b. List 3 actions that you believe to be “wrong.” Here, think about actions
that you would ALWAYS condemn in others, under any circumstances, and
that you would never be willing to do yourself. (Yes, this consideration is
difficult, as well.)
c. After you have completed your lists, explain why the actions listed are
“right” or “wrong,” in your opinion; what is the basis for your conclusion
that it is right or wrong?

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3. Personal Values. (3 points)
a. Review the Personal Values List on pgs. 4-6.
b. Circle the ten values that are most important to you.
c. Cross out the ten values that are least important to you.
d. Next to your circled values, please rank order those top ten values from (1) (greatest
importance) to (10) (least importance).
4. Write your Credo (4 points)
Imagine that you are a CEO of an organization, which has offered you the chance to take a six-month
sabbatical, all expenses paid. You will not be able to communicate with anyone at your workplace
while you are away - not by letter, phone, fax, email nor other means. However, before you depart,
you need to ensure that those with whom you work are intimately familiar with the principles that you
believe should guide their decisions and actions in your absence. They need to know the values and
beliefs that you think should steer the organization while you are away. After all, you will want to be
able to fit back in on your return and begin to lead once again from where you left off. This memo
should be no longer than 1 page (double spaced).

5. Connect and Reflect (4 points)


Review your personal audit. How does it demonstrate that you spent your time, focus and energy?
Are you currently spending your time in ways that reflect your values, that evidence the priority
structure that you wish to maintain? Did you follow your own Credo statement? Why or why not?
What is one thing that you could have done on that day to more closely live according to your values?
This part of the assignment should be no longer than 1 page (double spaced).

6. Tell a Story (3 points )


Write a story of a time in which you demonstrated one of your top ten values or lived according to
your credo. Make sure that your story is memorable and described vividly. Think of a clever title for
the story that will capture your reader’s attention and help your reader to remember it. One bonus
point for the most creative title in class, one that links and integrates the most effectively, and also
demonstrates wisdom . . . This story should be no longer than 1 page (double spaced).

OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

The purpose of this assignment is to encourage you to be intentional about your decisions and to become
aware of the foundations of that intent and those decisions. To become a credible leader you have to
comprehend fully the deeply held beliefs – values, principles, standards, ethics, and ideals – that drive
you. You have to freely and honestly choose the principles that you will use to guide your decisions and
actions. Then, you have to act in alignment with those values and express them clearly to others.

INSTRUCTION

All questions must be answered in one report.


Format your assignment using:
Font Types: Arial / Times New Roman
Font size: 10 / 12 with 1 ½ spacing and justified your answer.

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PLAGIARISM:
Letting others use your content will bring 0% for both the respective student. This is STRICTLY an
individual assignment.

Personal Audit Form

Time Frame Activities


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Personal Values List

1. Abundance 39. Boldness 77. Conviction


2. Acceptance 40. Bravery 78. Conviviality
3. Accessibility 41. Brilliance 79. Coolness
4. Accomplishment 42. Buoyancy 80. Cooperation
5. Accuracy 43. Calmness 81. Cordiality
6. Achievement 44. Camaraderie 82. Correctness
7. Acknowledgement 45. Candor 83. Courage
8. Activeness 46. Capability 84. Courtesy
9. Adaptability 47. Care 85. Craftiness
10. Adoration 48. Carefulness 86. Creativity
11. Adroitness 49. Celebrity 87. Credibility
12. Adventure 50. Certainty 88. Cunning
13. Affection 51. Challenge 89. Curiosity
14. Affluence 52. Charity 90. Daring
15. Aggressiveness 53. Charm 91. Decisiveness
16. Agility 54. Chastity 92. Decorum
17. Alertness 55. Cheerfulness 93. Deference
18. Altruism 56. Clarity 94. Delight
19. Ambition 57. Cleanliness 95. Dependability
20. Amusement 58. Clear-mindedness 96. Depth
21. Anticipation 59. Cleverness 97. Desire
22. Appreciation 60. Closeness 98. Determination
23. Approachability 61. Comfort 99. Devotion
24. Articulacy 62. Commitment 100. Devoutness
25. Assertiveness 63. Compassion 101. Dexterity
26. Assurance 64. Completion 102. Dignity
27. Attentiveness 65. Composure 103. Diligence
28. Attractiveness 66. Concentration 104. Direction
29. Audacity 67. Confidence 105. Directness
30. Availability 68. Conformity 106. Discipline
31. Awareness 69. Congruency 107. Discovery
32. Awe 70. Connection 108. Discretion
33. Balance 71. Consciousness 109. Diversity
34. Beauty 72. Consistency 110. Dominance
35. Being the best 73. Contentment 111. Dreaming
36. Belonging 74. Continuity 112. Drive
37. Benevolence 75. Contribution 113. Duty
38. Bliss 76. Control 114. Dynamism

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115. Eagerness 177. Heart 239. Order
116. Economy 178. Helpfulness 240. Organization
117. Ecstasy 179. Heroism 241. Originality
118. Education 180. Holiness 242. Outlandishness
119. Effectiveness 181. Honesty 243. Outrageousness
120. Efficiency 182. Honor 244. Passion
121. Elation 183. Hopefulness 245. Peace
122. Elegance 184. Hospitality 246. Perceptiveness
123. Empathy 185. Humility 247. Perfection
124. Encouragement 186. Humor 248. Perkiness
125. Endurance 187. Hygiene 249. Perseverance
126. Energy 188. Imagination 250. Persistence
127. Enjoyment 189. Impact 251. Persuasiveness
128. Entertainment 190. Impartiality 252. Philanthropy
129. Enthusiasm 191. Independence 253. Piety
130. Excellence 192. Industry 254. Playfulness
131. Excitement 193. Ingenuity 255. Pleasantness
132. Exhilaration 194. Inquisitiveness 256. Pleasure
133. Expectancy 195. Insightfulness 257. Poise
134. Expediency 196. Inspiration 258. Polish
135. Experience 197. Integrity 259. Popularity
136. Expertise 198. Intelligence 260. Potency
137. Exploration 199. Intensity 261. Power
138. Expressiveness 200. Intimacy 262. Practicality
139. Extravagance 201. Intrepidness 263. Pragmatism
140. Extroversion 202. Introversion 264. Precision
141. Exuberance 203. Intuition 265. Preparedness
142. Fairness 204. Intuitiveness 266. Presence
143. Faith 205. Inventiveness 267. Privacy
144. Fame 206. Investing 268. Proactivity
145. Family 207. Joy 269. Professionalism
146. Fascination 208. Judiciousness 270. Prosperity
147. Fashion 209. Justice 271. Prudence
148. Fearlessness 210. Keenness 272. Punctuality
149. Ferocity 211. Kindness 273. Purity
150. Fidelity 212. Knowledge 274. Realism
151. Fierceness 213. Leadership 275. Reason
152. Financial independence 214. Learning 276. Reasonableness
153. Firmness 215. Liberation 277. Recognition
154. Fitness 216. Liberty 278. Recreation
155. Flexibility 217. Liveliness 279. Refinement
156. Flow 218. Logic 280. Reflection
157. Fluency 219. Longevity 281. Relaxation
158. Focus 220. Love 282. Reliability
159. Fortitude 221. Loyalty 283. Religiousness
160. Frankness 222. Majesty 284. Resilience
161. Freedom 223. Making a difference 285. Resolution
162. Friendliness 224. Mastery 286. Resolve
163. Frugality 225. Maturity 287. Resourcefulness
164. Fun 226. Meekness 288. Respect
165. Gallantry 227. Mellowness 289. Rest
166. Generosity 228. Meticulousness 290. Restraint
167. Gentility 229. Mindfulness 291. Reverence
168. Giving 230. Modesty 292. Richness
169. Grace 231. Motivation 293. Rigor
170. Gratitude 232. Mysteriousness 294. Sacredness
171. Gregariousness 233. Neatness 295. Sacrifice
172. Growth 234. Nerve 296. Sagacity
173. Guidance 235. Obedience 297. Saintliness
174. Happiness 236. Open-mindedness 298. Sanguinity
175. Harmony 237. Openness 299. Satisfaction
176. Health 238. Optimism 300. Security

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301. Self-control 363. Vivacity
302. Selflessness 364. Warmth
303. Self-reliance 365. Watchfulness
304. Sensitivity 366. Wealth
305. Sensuality 367. Willfulness
306. Serenity 368. Willingness
307. Service 369. Winning
308. Sexuality 370. Wisdom
309. Sharing 371. Wittiness
310. Shrewdness 372. Wonder
311. Significance 373. Youthfulness
312. Silence 374. Zeal
313. Silliness
314. Simplicity Source: Overview and
315. Sincerity Assignments adapted from
316. Skillfulness Kouzes & Posner’s “The
317. Solidarity
Leadership Challenge,” from A.
318. Solitude
319. Soundness
Westring, “Vision Assignment”
320. Speed (2008), and from L. Hartman,
321. Spirit “Life Goals Assignment”
322. Spirituality (2008).
323. Spontaneity
324. Spunk
325. Stability
326. Stealth
327. Stillness
328. Strength
329. Structure
330. Success
331. Support
332. Supremacy
333. Surprise
334. Sympathy
335. Synergy
336. Teamwork
337. Temperance
338. Thankfulness
339. Thoroughness
340. Thoughtfulness
341. Thrift
342. Tidiness
343. Timeliness
344. Traditionalism
345. Tranquility
346. Transcendence
347. Trust
348. Trustworthiness
349. Truth
350. Understanding
351. Unflappability
352. Uniqueness
353. Unity
354. Usefulness
355. Utility
356. Valor
357. Variety
358. Victory
359. Vigor
360. Virtue
361. Vision
362. Vitality

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