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    Part #1 Professional Ethics differs from that of an individual’s moral beliefs in the sense that it is the use of moral beliefs in a social construct. Morals are the core of a person’s belief system and when a professional who possesses advanced knowledge applies his or her moral values combined with the client’s best interest, this is considered to be Professional Ethics. It essentially is a social contract of trust that binds them to a certain set of responsibilities and accountabilities. It is the primary intention of this paper is to discuss Professional Ethics as it applies to the Technology Professionals. Practicing Professional Ethics, almost always, is reflective of a positive trust built between a client, a professional, and a team.…

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    Each case of professional behavior at odds with ethics leads us to ask questions about the professional behavior and decision making of a person that led him to make such conduct. In professional practice, regardless of specialty or context, some questions are much easier than others to answer. What exactly is ethics and how it helps the professional to answer these questions? What is morality and value dimension? What principles and values should guide all professionals to run every course of…

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    Many argue whether or not the teaching of professional ethics actually makes an impact on professionals today. Banks McDowell explains in his article that due to a consistently growing lapse in moral integrity, caused by market pressure and the growing bureaucratic system in professional work, the increased teaching of professional ethics is in fact futile due to the overwhelming pressure placed on people and business in this system. In this paper I will be evaluating the statement made by Banks…

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    Values, ethics and morals are learned traits that are used in people’s everyday life. Values, ethics and morals help in determining what someone deems to be right or wrong and, once learned, are large deciding factors in how people judge and criticize not only each other but also other people’s actions. (Warne, 2008) Professionals not only have personal values, ethics and morals but also professional ones. The following essay will discuss the writer’s professional and personal values. There are…

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    The foundation format, provided for the professional to become state licensed or certified fosters, with the understanding of practices and the scope as a substance abuse counselor with guidelines. First, we must review, define, and analyze “the Scopes of Practice developed by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB)”, which defines a Scope of Practice as follows:  “ Defined as rules, regulations, and the boundaries within which a fully qualified practitioner; with substantial and…

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    Professional ethics constitute a set of rules and behaviors which facilitate effective interaction on professional point of view. With respect to this, ethical rules are very much like laws which govern social interactions. Of course, ethical rules do not have the magnitude of the law. The disciplinary actions against unethical behavior are much less formal. Unethical behavior can lead to the loss of someone’s reputation for professional conduct. Ethics generally governs people or parties…

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    Professional orientation and Ethics course has taught me a lot about the principles of a counselor’s conduct and behavior. I learned the importance of separating my personal beliefs and behaviors from my therapeutic approach as a counselor. The text defines ethics as “acceptable or good practice according to agreed-upon rules or standards of practice established by a profession” (Remley & Herlihy, 2014, p.4). Professional orientation and ethics has expanded my knowledge in the importance of…

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    The Army Ethic what is it? How does it relate to the Army values? A quote I found off the CAPE Website summed up everything in maybe two sentences. “The Army Ethic. Our professional ethic is expressed in law, Army Values, creeds, oaths, ethos, and shared beliefs embedded within Army culture. It inspires and motivates the conduct of Army Professionals.” I would like to think the Army Ethic mirrors the Army Values that you can’t have one and not have the other, both must be present in order for…

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    These solutions in many cases have the managers held to be accountable. According to “The Responsible Administrator” by Terry Cooper, responsibility is key to administration as well as municipal ethics. The public officials require ethics as focal since thy have discretion and multiple roles as Cooper, (2012) depicts. The public officials should therefore always think in an ethical manner. They must develop an ethical problem thinking skill in the relation of a working professional ethics. The…

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    My professional code of ethics comes from a multitude of locations and areas in my life but mostly I have learned a lot from my family and former peers in the workforce. Learning a lot from families and peers in the workplace can have its benefits because I have a code of ethics for my personal and professional life. I also have a code of ethics that has varied from one job to the next because some jobs require more ethics then others. I remember years ago when I was a telemarketer I actually…

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