Personal Ethics Statement: Reflection and Analysis


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Personal Ethics StatementIntroductionAt several points throughout the course you will compose an entry in a Reflection Journal. These assignments provide you an opportunity to analyze course readings in a way that is meaningful to your personal academic journey. Your submissions will only be seen by you and the instructor. Since learning about ethics is, to a large degree, a personal experience, the reflection journal is an appropriate tool to support the learning objectives of this course.Upon successful completion of this assignment you will be able to:1.Develop clearly written communication through analyzing course readings.2.Demonstrate an understanding of the unique ethical obligations, responsibilities, culture, and values associated with service in the public sector.ResourcesEbook: The ethics primer for public administrators in government and nonprofit organizationsInstructions1.Based on the course material and discussions to date, think about your own conclusions regarding ethics. In your Journal, you will compose a unique, personal statement of what ethics means for you.2.Guidelines: a.Select five (5) value-laden one-word concepts. Examples include concepts such as respect, competence, reliability, integrity, honesty, loyalty, accountability, self-restraint, justice, equity, fairness, courage, humility, caring, duty, honor, confidentiality, and common good. These are suggestions only. You are encouraged to use terms not on this list. Discuss each concept in light of our readings. Demonstrate that your analysis is informed by course readings by referencing them and using in-text references as appropriate throughout your submission. Compose one substantive and insightful paragraph with in-text citations from course readings for each concept.b.Compose your personal statement of what ethical leadership in the public sector means for you. This should consist of 2-5 sentences. Be sure to include all of the five (5) value-laden concepts you chose. Show these in BOLD text.3.Include a reference list at the end of the journal entry for all sources cited in the submission.4.Post your entry using the Journal tool on the course toolbar by the end of the workshop. Assessment CriteriaCriteria25-30 Points19-24 Points13-18 Points0-13 PointsOverall ContentFollows all instructions.Writing is Follows most of the instructions.Writing is generally Follows some of the instructions.Writing fails to Follows few or none of the requirements of the assignment.
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