Personal Values Development examining personal values, ground rules and/or ethics development. Focus on the developmental aspect rather than on a particular position on any issue. Define what personal values are; the sources (people, institutions, events, etc.) that helped shape your values, and the criteria and decision-making factors you utilize to revise them. Also, discuss the potential impact of your values and your performance in your work place.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 8:33 pm ad1c9bdddf
We are continuously interacting with the external world and experiencing different types of random events which shape our own reality and reasoning. Our genders, ethnic backgrounds, family structures and histories, ages, classes and complexity of life experiences mean that we all approach a situation, and interpret it as it unfolds, from within a kind of personal and cultural bubble. People who are educated similarly, also create similar concepts, ideas of right and wrong, rules and standards of conduct. These are called values. We have our personal values that are directly related with our choices which are influenced by our cultures, religions or political views. For example our personal values can be developing a life/work balance, learning and ...
Your tutorial is 532 words plus two references. The response starts with: We are continuously interacting with the external world and experiencing different types of random events which shape our own reality and reasoning.