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Adam S Goit Professor Ellertson Personal Code of Ethics 2 Personal Code of Ethics CAREER I know that a good portion of the success in my career will depend upon how I am perceived by those around me. To maximize positive perceptions at work, I will: -Never cheat around laws or regulations -Be an understanding and compassionate leader -Always be on time and give a full day’s effort -Never steal anything, including time, from my employer -Be dedicated, but not over-zealous SCHOOL I believe that how one performs in school will directly translate to how they will perform in their job. To give myself a foundation of success, I will: -Never cheat or be deceiving -Be an understanding and motivated team member -Be respectful to my Professors -Be anxiously involved with class discussions -Be open-minded to class members’ view points FAMILY “No success in the world can compensate for failure in the home” (David O. McKay). Based upon this precedent, I know that so much depends on how I treat my family. Therefore I will:
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course BUSMGT 390 taught by Professor Ellertson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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