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  • 1. By: Kathleen DanclairTraining Initiatives Inc.
  • 2. DILEMMAGrocery Store Youre buying groceries and the total is $20, but after store discounts and coupons your total is now $8. You hand the cashier a $10 bill, and she gives you $12 in change, having thought that you gave her a $20. Do you tell her, or do you pocket the $12?
  • 3. DILEMMA CONT.Car Accident Driving to work you receive a text, anxiously you read it and run into someone, which causes a multi car accident. You get out of your car -- unhurt -- and see that the person you hit is dead. Then, someone comes up to you frantically and says that she hit someone; in the chaos of the crash, she has convinced herself that she hit the person you hit. Do you let her take the fall for you?
  • 4. HABIT MORALS ETIQUETTE SET OF RULES TRUTHFULNESS STANDARDS INVOLVEMENTKNOWLEDGE VALUES MANNERS BELIEFS INTEGRITY CONSCIENCES PROFICIENCYRESPECT BEHAVIOR RIGHT AND WRONGUNDERSTANDING SYMPATHETIC DIGNITY ETHICS HONEST COURTESY POLITENESS SKILL
  • 5. EXPERIENCE ETHICS AND ETIQUETTE
  • 6. WHAT IF YOU COULD NOT: Hear See Or Speak?
  • 7. SHOULD THE DEAF BE TREATED ANY DIFFERENT FROM YOU?It would be unethical if you did.
  • 8. ADAPT TOSITUATIONS DON’T LOOSE YOUR INTEGRITY
  • 9. GOOD MANNERSIt’s practicing Proper Etiquette There is no FORMULA for your actions
  • 10. COURTESYIt’s simply showing RESPECT to others and yourselfOne would need to make people feel comfortable by the way you behave and how they perceive you
  • 11.  There is no easy way to tell what the right thing to do is  The right thing is what a virtuous person would do  One who possess INTEGRITY
  • 12. ETHICALBEHAVIOR
  • 13. MORAL REASONINGCHARACTER ETHICALBEHAVIOR
  • 14. Look at a business and those that are in authority, they have the power to help or harm people.If the manager of a store paid his cleaning employee less than the going rate to clean his store, knowing exactly what the going rate is,The Result: The employee could suffer serious financial implications or leave and find another position where he/she does not feel exploited.
  • 15. IT IS LIKELY THAT THE DECISION IS AN ETHICAL ONE. IF YOU ANSWER “YES” TO ALL.Is my decision a truthful one?Is my decision fair to everyone affected?Will it build goodwill for the organization?Is the decision beneficial to all parties who have a vested interest in the outcome?
  • 16. Think of others and how they perceive youEtiquette is helping an elderly lady cross thestreet, not attacking her in the middle of theroad and stealing her purse.
  • 17. SURVEY SAYS Poor Work Ethics 2008-2012 statistics Cause for termination Dishonesty Lack of integrity Lying on a resume Talking too much Refusing to follow directions and orders Conducting personal business at work Inability to get along with other people
  • 18. FIND YOURCONSCIENCE!
  • 19. RESOURCES
  • 20. APPLAUSE!