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In today’s society, we are separated by our individual definitions of values, ethics, and morals and how they play part in our professional life. In our Management and Organizational Behaviors textbook, we are given the definitions of ethical values and nonethical values. Ethical values “directly relate to beliefs concerning what is right and proper (as opposed to what is simply correct or effective) or that motivate a sense of moral duty” (90). While nonethical values “deal with things we like, desire, or find personally important” (90). With these definitions, anybody could see that individuals often find a fine line between these two ideas. Individuals are shaped by the world around them. In an article discussing this topic, Valerie Tiberius states that “… commitments to various values and goals - ground projects, in Williams's terms - are very important to us. They give us a sense of meaning and purpose in our lives, they provide us with an identity, a conception of the kind of person we are, and they furnish the standards we use to evaluate whether our lives are going well or badly” (33). From this, we may begin to reason that our everyday lifestyles make us who we are. Many times, we
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