What have you learned during studying business ethics and how will you apply what you learned to your workplace (Healthcare), as a manager and as an employee?
Let's take a closer look at some examples to consider, but only you really know what you learned in your course that you can apply to your workplace.
1. What have you learned during studying business ethics and how will you apply what you learned to your workplace (Healthcare), as a manager and as an employee?
AS A MANAGER
You will probably treat your employees with dignity and respect, as it is the ethical way to behave, and research shows "that employees, who are respected take pride in their organization and its ethics, tend to respect the assets of that organization. One of the most evident indicators of the employees' opinion of their organization is their conduct at work." (http://www.onlineethics.org/cms/4745.aspx)
You will probably act with integrity and transparency to keep with the ethical obligations of most codes of ethics.
As a manager, you would probably consider ethics in all decision making, and "during times of change, there is often no clear moral compass to guide ...
Discusses what a person could learn by studying business ethics and how to apply what is learned in the workplace, as a manager and as an employee.