- 1 How do you handle ethical dilemmas?
- 2 What would you do if your resolution of an ethical dilemma turned out to be the wrong approach and it actually made things worse?
- 3 What approach can you take to ensure ethical decision making?
- 4 What is ethical dilemma example?
- 5 What is the 7 step model for ethical decision making?
- 6 What are the 3 moral dilemmas?
- 7 What should you not do in an ethical dilemma?
- 8 What are the four ethical dilemmas?
- 9 How do you solve an ethical dilemma in the workplace?
- 10 What could be an ethical issue?
- 11 How do ethical dilemmas complicate the workplace?
- 12 What are the 5 ethical approaches?
- 13 What are the 5 ethical standards?
- 14 What are the five 5 ethical decision making process?
How do you handle ethical dilemmas?
Have a conversation: With the exception of extreme ethics violations, confronting the individual directly first is often the best way to manage a situation. Provide an opportunity for the person to explain his actions or to correct the behavior first.
What would you do if your resolution of an ethical dilemma turned out to be the wrong approach and it actually made things worse?
If my resolution to an ethical dilemma turned out to be a wrong approach and made things worse I would really beat myself up for it. I would look into the situation and try my best to understand or figure out what I could’ve done better for the next situation.
What approach can you take to ensure ethical decision making?
There are different ethical approaches which may help you make the most ethical decision. Utilitarian Approach – which action results in the most good and least harm? Rights Based Approach – which action respects the rights of everyone involved? Fairness or Justice Approach- which action treats people fairly?
What is ethical dilemma example?
Some examples of ethical dilemma examples include:
- Taking credit for others’ work.
- Offering a client a worse product for your own profit.
- Utilizing inside knowledge for your own profit.
What is the 7 step model for ethical decision making?
Their framework for Ethical Decision making includes: Recognize the Ethical Issue, Get the Facts, Evaluate Alternative Actions, Make a Decision and Test it, Act and Reflect on the Outcome.
What are the 3 moral dilemmas?
There are several types of moral dilemmas, but the most common of them are categorized into the following: 1) epistemic and ontological dilemmas, 2) self-imposed and world-imposed dilemmas, 3) obligation dilemmas and prohibition dilemmas, and 4) single agent and multi-person dilemmas.
What should you not do in an ethical dilemma?
Avoiding Ethical Dilemmas
- Make sure ethical expectations are clear. Discuss ethical dilemmas with your supervisor before they occur.
- Don’t just say yes. Avoid the knee-jerk reaction to say yes when your supervisor asks you to do something.
- Learn to say no.
- Don’t be the frog.
- Don’t be nosy.
- Lead by example.
What are the four ethical dilemmas?
In LDRS 111 you were introduced to four different ethical dilemma paradigms: truth vs loyalty, short-term vs long-term, individual vs community, and justice vs mercy.
How do you solve an ethical dilemma in the workplace?
Identify and evaluate alternative courses of action.
- Consider how each alternative affects the stakeholders.
- Use ethical reasoning to resolve the dilemma. Evaluate the rights of each party and your obligations to them. Treat each party fairly in resolving the dilemma. Weigh the costs and benefits of alternatives.
What could be an ethical issue?
Ethical issues occur when a given decision, scenario or activity creates a conflict with a society’s moral principles. Both individuals and businesses can be involved in these conflicts, since any of their activities might be put to question from an ethical standpoint.
How do ethical dilemmas complicate the workplace?
Managers report that their ethical dilemmas often involve confl icts with superiors, customers, and subordinates over such matters as dishonesty in advertising and communications, as well as pressure from bosses to do unethical things.
What are the 5 ethical approaches?
Philosophers have developed five different approaches to values to deal with moral issues.
- The Utilitarian Approach.
- The Rights Approach.
- The Fairness or Justice Approach.
- The Common-Good Approach.
- The Virtue Approach.
- Ethical Problem Solving.
What are the 5 ethical standards?
Moral Principles The five principles, autonomy, justice, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and fidelity are each absolute truths in and of themselves. By exploring the dilemma in regards to these principles one may come to a better understanding of the conflicting issues.
What are the five 5 ethical decision making process?
Gather pertinent information and recognize assumptions. Interpret and evaluate information. Draw and test conclusions. Evaluate consequences.