Ethics appendix b

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APPENDIX A APPENDIX B In this case, there are several stakeholders including Borries, the manager, Borries' colleagues, Borries' girlfriend (Swee Lan), Swee Lan's family and the client. In the following part, it will be mainly focus on two main stakeholders - Borries and manager who are facing ethical dilemmas. What are the ethical dilemmas and what choices are available to them. For Borries, the ethical dilemmas that he is facing are whether he should go on a holiday to meet Swee and her family, or cancel the holidays and go back to work as the client had high regard on his work. Ethical theories Based on Egoism, an action is morally right as it serves the interests of the actor. Since the holidays were…show more content…
APPENDIX C After studying this module, my interpersonal communication skills and team-working skills have improved a lot. First of all, I have learnt how to listen as we have to discuss with teammates during the lessons. We have to listen to others' opinions. Listening is not the same as hearing. It is not only listening to the words being spoken but using the techniques of clarification and reflection to confirm what the person has said and avoid any confusions or conflictions. We have to respect others. Second, as a human being, we have different emotions every second especially when we growth up we have more duties then more problems we have to face, leads to emotions. I have learnt how to aware teammates' feelings. We have to be more careful about others as not to affect our relationship and be sympathetic to other people's misfortunes and congratulate their positive landmarks. To do this, we need to be aware of what is going on in others and keep contact with them, make them feel welcome, wanted, valued and appreciated in communications. Apart from these, what I learnt is sharing. If no one is willing to share their ideas with each other, the team will not go far. I have learnt how to express more of my self-opinions and hold periodic meetings in which team members are encouraged to provide feedback on team activities -
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