Eight Core Competencies: The Foundation for Your Future
“Understand the ramification of fair and unfair decisions and actions in distribution of rewards and burdens among those who are affected by them.”
“Understand how actions and decisions in public and professional settings impact the well being of all who are directly and indirectly affected by these actions and decisions.”
Ethical Decision Making
- Develop an understanding of the ethical dimension of behavior in interaction with others and in decision-making. Enhance your knowledge about rights, common good, fairness, and virtues of honesty, integrity, courage, kindness, generosity, altruism and compassion.
- Understand how actions and decisions in public and professional settings impact the well being of all who are directly and indirectly affected by these actions and decisions. Recognize interests, views and activities that decisions and actions must respect. Develop respect for the principles that recognize freedom of conscience, privacy and interest of others and appreciate decisions and actions that take into account faith, values and prerogatives of others.
- Understand the ramification of fair and unfair decisions and actions in distribution of rewards and burdens among those who are affected by them.
- Enhance a vision of a society and group that their members advance common good, respect the interest of the others and see that their own good is inextricably tied to the good of the whole.
- Understand how corporations can be socially responsible by developing a commitment to behave ethically and contribute to the welfare of their workforce and the quality of life of communities and societies at large. Increase knowledge about how companies craft a balance between increasing their wealth and improving the welfare of society. Expand your knowledge of the way companies promote sustainable economic development and commit themselves to environmental issues. Recognize the merits of engaging in the global market with concern for fair trade, open and free competition without exposing companies’ activities to fraud and unfair transactions.