Brandon_T_wk_2_CP - values that we live by being Loyalty...

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Axia College Material Appendix C Clarifying Personal Values Each of you will be faced with numerous moral and ethical dilemmas throughout your career. To be prepared to make these ethical decisions, it is helpful to clarify your personal values, and morals before you are faced with an ethical dilemma. Review the following list of values and create a list of the five values most important to you in making decisions. acceptance accomplishment adventure ambition assertiveness beauty bravery compassion competence conformity creativity customer satisfaction discipline diversity equality fairness flexibility freedom honor humility loyalty obedience order power promise keeping respect responsibility risk taking service success teamwork tradition trust understanding winning List of Five Important Values 1. Discipline 2. Honor 3. Loyalty 4 . Respect 5 . Service Week Two Questions: The personal values that I have chosen I have acquired through my affiliation in the United States Army. One thing that the army drills into their soldiers are the seven Army
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Unformatted text preview: values that we live by being Loyalty Duty Respect Selfless Service Honor Integrity Personal Courage. My list of five values that I use in my life all derive from these army values. I use these values to decide what is ethically and morally right when I am making a decision. The good thing about these values is that they go hand in hand, XMGT 216 which makes them values that rarely conflict with each other. When anyones core value conflict with one another it is important that the person make their decision by what is the best ethically and morally. My personal values and the United States Army values have become one and the same. I have always been a person that takes my advice from people and situations that have been successful. As far as my values go it has worked for the Army in making their ethical and moral decisions for many years and I will continue that success by using them in mine. XMGT 216...
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course XCOM XCOM 285 taught by Professor Xxxx during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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