PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, ** Subject: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Facilitator:…
UNIT 1: Fundamental Concepts
1.2-Society and Stakeholders as Levels of Ethical Approaches in Business
In the case of companies, ethical issues fall within several levels: society, interest groups, internal policies, or personnel.
1.3. The Internal Policy and the Personal as Levels of Ethical Approaches in business.
Internal policy level: In this case, the questions refer to how the company's relationships are
with your employees.
Level of the Personal: In this case the questions refer to how some people should treat
others within an organization.
1.1. What is ethics?
It is the practical and normative science that studies goodness and
evil of human acts.
Characteristic of ethics: Scientific, rational, practical and normative
1.4. The shift towards the ethical
Consequently, many theorists call for studying business ethics from a broader perspective.
UNIT 2: Instruments of ethics
2.2 Moral rules
Moral rules serve as a guide for situations in which interests clash
2.3. Human relations
Every human being is related to others through a skein of relationships, these relationships exist because we need each other to receive support and to achieve our goals.
-When one values something, or wants to have it or wants it to happen. Values are
wishes, relatively permanent.
UNIT 4: Corporate Social Responsibility
4.2. What is Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility has taken on a different dimension in recent years and has evolved, making the company a participant and responsible in defining the type of society to which it aspires.
4.3. The Global Compact
During the World Economic Forum, in Davos in 1999, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan presented the idea of a Global Compact to world leaders in the field of business and labor, as well as members of
4.1Ethics and Social Responsibility
Ethics and social responsibility are concepts that refer, fundamentally, to
the quality of our relationships over time.
UNIT 3: Application of ethics
3.2.The Moral of Help
The aid perspective is characterized by a feeling of connection with
others, a life of love and care
3.3. Application of ethics
Managers in modern organizations sometimes set rules
that are contrary to the rules of the moral order.
3.1. Moral Order
The moral rules governing the problems norms of ethics.
It's about the rules that we apply to life.
Principles of moral order: Promises kept, Good faith and trust, Mutual help, Respect for people, Respect for property.
3.4.Institutionalization of ethics
CEOs can institutionalize the process for making ethical decisions,
making sure that every moral decision outperforms previous decisions.
** Subject: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
Facilitator: JOEL DAVID
** Student: DAISY TREJOS - 8-752-1448