online mission and life goals assignment-4- Lisa Kalley

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Mission and Life Goal Assignment for Lisa Kalley “Goals determine what you’re going to be.” Julius Erving The purpose of this assignment is to encourage you to be intentional about your decisions and to become aware of the foundations for those decisions. To become a credible leader, you have to comprehend fully the deeply beliefs – values, principles, standards, ethics, and ideals – that drive you. You have to freely and honestly choose the principles that you will use to guide your decisions and actions. Then, you have to act in alignment with those values and express them clearly to others. Your Final Grade Item Possible Points Your Points Personal Values 5 Personal Audit Form 5 Connect and Reflect Paragraph 5 Story 25 Writing Skills 10 TOTAL Personal Values ( _____ of 10 points) Review the Personal Values List attached at the bottom of this document. Highlight the ten values that are most important to you. Cross out the ten values that are least important to you. Place your top ten most important and least important values in the table below, in rank order from greatest importance (1) to least importance (10). Rank Most Important Values (in rank order – greatest to least) Least Important Values (in rank order – greatest to least) 1 (most) Love Solidarity 2 Family Power 3 Team Work Wealth 4 Balance Coolness 5 Health Being the Best 6 Respect Control 7 Learning Credibility 8 Making a Difference Surprise 9 Security Sympathy 10 (least) Playfulness Nerve Personal Audit ( _____ of 5 points) This assignment is based upon one shared by Dr. Laura Hartman, Professor of Business Ethics at DePaul University, and facilitator of the AACSB Teaching Business Ethics Seminar.
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Pick one day this week to “audit” your own behavior. From 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., complete the log below showing how you spend your time in 30 minute increments. Be honest (e.g., Are you truly studying or are you watching TV with the textbook open in front of you?). Write down what you are doing on a half-hour basis in the Personal Audit form attached. A common mistake is to wait until the end of the day to fill out the form; you should keep the form with you and log your activities as the time passes. Connect and Reflect (_____ of 5 points) Review your personal audit. Answer the following questions in a paragraph. 1. How does your personal audit demonstrate that you spent your time, focus and energy? 2. Are you currently spending your time in ways that reflect your values and emphasize the priorities in your life? Explain. 3. What is one thing that you could have done on that day to more closely live according to your values? Enter Paragraph Here:
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My personal audit definitely shows that a lot of my time is spent between my family and school. My focus is on dividing my time and energy between making sure my family’s needs are met, I keep up on my school requirements, and my personal needs are fit in where they can be if suitable. I feel that I do spend most of my time in ways that reflect my values and emphasize my priorities in life. My children and
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  • Spring '14
  • Orders of magnitude, Teaching Business Ethics, Boz Scaggs, AACSB Teaching Business Ethics, AACSB Teaching Business, Dr. Laura Hartman

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