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    Since attending UNLV I have heard a lot of professionals, alumnus, and professors “keys to success” but one that seems to come up time and time again is just how important it is to be a leader. There are several kinds of leadership including servant, autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire. Brett Shannon talked to us about what it means to be a coach centric leader. A coach centric leader is someone in whom leadership seems effortless, a positive attitude is contagious, and sees that every…

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    It is in mankind 's very nature to seek power, to seek authority. The concept of a power struggle is what drives many to go above and beyond expectations, sometimes injuring others in the process, all to further one 's own agenda. For one man, a shepherd named Gyges, power unexpectedly presented itself, and Gyges was faced with an internal crisis: succumb to temptation, use the power, and risk corruption, or turn down the amazing power and sink into an unremarkable life of constant struggling.…

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    Many wonder if euthanasia is right and moral and if it is not what should be done when being faced with this situation. I think the best way to look at physician-assisted euthanasia is through consequentialism and deontology. It’s important we look at the consequences of physician-assisted suicide because they are literally the difference between life and death. A patient that is gravely ill or in a coma may be diagnosed and given a time limit until death, however, some patients have surprised…

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    Ethical dilemmas always seem to be shrouded when it comes to the Healthcare arena. There should be concern in rural areas which lacks a standard of healthcare. Society’s health is sometimes at the mercy of the local governing body when it comes down to care being provided. Many rural areas that deliver health care are challenged by the people who have little money and the people who have nothing. Those very same people we ask them to make choices. Many times leaving them to make hard and…

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    underpin its design. On a daily basis we are faced with moral decisions and ethical judgements. The term ethics and morality have different derivations, even though they may go hand in hand. Vardy (1998, p. 85) claims that the word ethics comes from the Greek word ‘ethikos’, this relates to character. Morality comes from the Latin word ‘moralis’, meaning customs or manners (Padilla, 1993, p. 1). Ethics help up choose the way to behave in an acceptable manner in society, to not harm others, and…

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    Does the claim that moral judgements are intrinsically motivating provide a good justification for non-cognitivism? The cognitive/non-cognitive divide posits that mental states and processes fall into either a category of perception which is analytical, or a category of attitude which is affective or impulsive. A moral judgement must be linked to some mental process, and according to some theories, moral facts in fact originate from mental processes. Moral judgements seem to stem from a…

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    profitable company, this negligence is extremely unethical. Today, CEO Paul Bulcke continues to bottle millions of gallons of water from aquifers in California despite the severe drought in the area. Although Nestlé has the legal rights to do this, the ethics of pumping water from such a dry area are questionable to say the least. In 2014, the salary of CEO Paul Bulcke was over eleven million dollars, and the company’s profits were astounding. For a company of such magnitude, choosing to improve…

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    would like them to know that I treat all my patients the same regardless of their affliction. Beneficence is an ethical principle that also applies in this situation. According to the Health Care Ethics pdf, “To act in a beneficent manner indicates that one will act to “do good” for another.…

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    Professionalism, Ethics and Law Initial Apprehensions When I realized that I would be taking a course focusing on ethics and legal issues in counseling, I must admit that I was a bit intimidated. Weeks before the course started, I mentioned to my husband that I may need his encouragement and help since he is an attorney. The only prior knowledge that I had on law and ethics was through overhearing my husband talk about legal issues and ethics related to current events that we see on the nightly…

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    When it comes to a business one needs to have a code of conduct which are a set of written guidelines issued by an organization to its workers and management to help them conduct their actions in accordance with its primary values and ethical standards. One has to have a sense of respect and responsibility for their code of conduct because it lists the expectations and rules that an organization wants that person to abide by. As the CEO of chipotle the key areas which I find holds a…

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