Running head: PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS1Personal Worldview & Business Ethics PaperJoycelyn CallowayLiberty University BMAL 560
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Running head: PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS3STEP 1To what extent should personal religious beliefs impact our decisions about business ethicsPersonal religious beliefs are the foundations that instruct us to not judge or to not close the door on others’ viewpoints and opinions. In order for these teachings to be effective and efficient within my workplace I listen to my colleagues and we work to a solution to get to the common goal for the work day while valuing our core beliefs and being mindful of business ethics which the daily operations on task and current.To what extent do your personal religious (or non-religious) beliefs about life impact your sense of business ethics and personal decision-making?My personal religious beliefs about life impact my sense of business ethics and personal decision making more of a self-directing tool that gauges my independence in the decision and my moral stance at the same time. It allows me to legitimize the process of appraising situations that arise, amending organizational policy, allows for decentralized decision-making, and encourages spontaneity and innovation within the workplace. Does it seem odd to connect every belief we have about life back to what we believe about God?It does not seem odd to me to connect every belief we have about life back to what we believe about God for and with. I pray on everything and pray for God more than I pray to God for everything is a blessing or a lesson. Companies that have significant value motivated programs that pay close attention on the company’s principles and how they apply to situations where no specific guidelines apply. Managing the creative tension and interdependence between individual beliefs and institutional authority is the essential challenge of establishing an ethical corporate culture.
Running head: PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS4Article 1- “What is a worldview and why is it important to me?”Has your answers to either of the first two questions changed after reading article 1?A worldviewis the intellectual, emotional, and perhaps even spiritual framework by which we apprehend reality and assign meaning to life. After reading article one my answers have expounded upon the reason why ethics and beliefs are even important in the workplace and whether or not it is compliant as well as fair. Compliance programs work on comparable philosophies, with the goal of commanding employees’ behavior and well as informs the employees about the law and tries to prevent violations within the company. People are unfortunately motivated to do the right thing through the fear of being caught rather than by a desire to be law enduring. Compliance is about obeying rules and authority in addition to using your personal beliefs (Schwartz, 2017).