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Rli ethics, business code of conduct, Rotary's guiding principles

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Rli ethics, business code of conduct, Rotary's guiding principles

  1. 1. Ethics – Vocational Service ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET
  2. 2. Ethics – Vocational Service Getting in the right mode • This session is both informative & reflective. • As it is only 35mins, some of the questions that requires follow ups will be placed on the “parking lot” • Be constructive. • Do not argue for the sake of argueing ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET
  3. 3. Ethics – Vocational Service ANATOMY OF THIS 35 MINS SESSION • What is ethics? • Code of conduct by other professions • Guiding principles: •4 way test •The second of object of Rotary •Rotary Code of conduct ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET
  4. 4. What is ethics? ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service Origin of word ethics came from the greek word “ethos” which means character Ethical codes are adopted by organizations to assist members in understanding the difference between 'right' and 'wrong' and in applying that understanding to their decisions. An ethical code implies documents at three levels: codes of business ethics, codes of conduct, professional practice
  5. 5. Some global ethical issues: • Plagiarism / stealing ideas • discrimination • sex/favours for contracts • child labour • lowered production quality • environment … Please share other ethical dilemma you have faced ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service
  6. 6. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service Photo from: http://www.paigntonacademy.net/gcse-ethics-exams-and-revision/
  7. 7. Ethics – Vocational Service ANATOMY OF THIS 35 MINS SESSION • What is ethics? • Code of conduct by other professions • Guiding principles: •4 way test •The second of object of Rotary •Rotary Code of conduct ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET
  8. 8. Did you know? Medieval and early modern tradition recognised only three professions: divinity, medicine & law With the rise of technology and occupational specialization in the 19th century, other bodies began to claim professional status: architecture, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, nursing, teaching, librarianship, optometry and social work. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service
  9. 9. Major milestones which may mark an occupation being identified as a profession include: 1.an occupation becomes a full-time occupation 2.the establishment of a training school 3.the establishment of a university school 4.the establishment of a local association 5.the establishment of a national association 6.the introduction of codes of professional ethics 7.the establishment of state licensing laws ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service
  10. 10. Have you been caught between… ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service Medical industry: Hippocratic oath Shariah law VS Civil law / Secular Affirmative action VS meritocracy
  11. 11. ETHICS IN HRMETHICS IN HRM  The 10 most serious ethical situations reported by HR managers  Hiring, training, or promotion based on favoritism (friendships or relatives)  Allowing differences in pay, discipline, promotion, etc., due to friendships with top management  Sexual Harassment  Sex discrimination in promotions  Using discipline inconsistently  Not maintaining confidentiality  Sex discrimination in compensation  Non-performance factors (e.g., race) used in appraisals  Arrangements with vendors or consulting agencies that result in personal gain  Sex discrimination in recruitment or hiring http://www.slideshare.net/wasim.imi?utm_campaign=profiletracking&utm_medium=sssite&utm_source=ssdownload
  12. 12. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Ethics – Vocational Service So when do you know if you are being unethical? Is it legal? Is it fair to all concerned? Does it pass the “smell test”? How does it make you feel?
  13. 13. Ethics – Vocational Service ANATOMY OF THIS 35 MINS SESSION • What is ethics? • Code of conduct by other professions • Guiding principles: •4 way test •The second of object of Rotary •Rotary Code of conduct ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET
  14. 14. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET The Four-Way Test, which was created in 1932 by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor (who later served as RI president) when he was asked to take charge of a company that was facing bankruptcy. Ethics – Vocational Service
  15. 15. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET 4 way test. Let’s dissect it 1.Is it the TRUTH? 2.Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3.Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4.Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Ethics – Vocational Service
  16. 16. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET The second object of Rotary Ethics – Vocational Service
  17. 17. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET The second object of Rotary High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society; Ethics – Vocational Service
  18. 18. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET 1. Exemplify the core value of integrity in all behaviors and activities 2. Use my vocational experience and talents to serve in Rotary 3. Conduct all of my personal, business, and professional affairs ethically, encouraging and fostering high ethical standards as an example to others 4. Be fair in all dealings with others and treat them with the respect due to them as fellow human beings 5. Promote recognition and respect for all occupations which are useful to society 6. Offer my vocational talents: to provide opportunities for young people, to work for the relief of the special needs of others, and to improve the quality of life in my community 7. Honor the trust that Rotary and fellow Rotarians provide and not do anything that will bring disfavor or reflect adversely on Rotary or fellow Rotarians 8. Not seek from a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship Ethics – Vocational Service
  19. 19. ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE I. 14 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB CONDUCTED BY PP JUNE JONET Let’s share…. •Have you done any vocational service projects? •Have you promoted Rotary’s guiding principles? •Have you applied Rotary’s guiding principles at your workplace? Ethics – Vocational Service

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