Moral Philosophies and Cognitive Moral Development

Select one (1) moral philosophy (teleology, deontology, relativist perspective, virtue ethics, or justice) that has influenced the outcome of an ethical dilemma that you have witnessed. Provide one (1) example of the way in which this moral philosophy influenced the outcome of an ethical dilemma in a past or present organization. Note: Please do not identify workplaces or leaders by name.

The one ethical reasoning that I have seen is teleology. Teleology alludes to good theories in which a demonstration is considered ethically right or satisfactory in the event that it creates some fancied result, for example, joy, learning, and vocation development, the acknowledgment of self-premium, utility, riches, or even popularity. At the end of the day, teleological methods of insight evaluate the ethical worth of a conduct by taking a gander at its results. Moral savants today frequently allude to these hypotheses as consequentialist. Two vital teleological methods of insight that frequently direct choice settling on in individual business choices are vanity and utilitarianism.

Amid my business at a certain organization I caught a discussion between my director and the chief of a division in which a companion of mine is utilized. From their discussion, it was evident that she is not satisfying her chief and she will most likely be disregarded for the advancement she severely needs. I would prefer not to see her hurt, and I happen to know she has a vocation offer from another gathering inside of the association. This is a circumstance which I trust I will never end up in again. On one hand I have data which concerns my closest companion, and on the grounds that we do have a cozy relationship I feel it is my business to caution her. Then again I am utilized by the same association and caught something that was not implied for my ears. So I did what was ethically right and did not reveal the data. The consequences of the discussion that I caught, my companion did not get the advancement, but rather she did land the position that she had connected to in another division of the association.

Examine Kohlberg’s stages of moral development. Determine the stage of Kohlberg’s moral development that your current, or past, organization and coworkers are in. Provide one (1) example of your current, or past, organization and coworkers that illustrates the stage of Kohlberg’s moral development. Note: Please do not identify workplaces or leaders by name.

Lawrence Kohlberg, an American therapist, has formulated a hypothetical structure that depicts advancement in good thinking. Kohlberg’s hypothesis comprises of six phases of good thinking. The stages are successive and perpetual in their request.

•Stage 1 in the public eye, nothing isn’t right on the off chance that you can escape with it and stay away from discipline

•Stage 2 – There is a mindfulness that others have needs

•Stage 3 – Good conduct is utilized to increase approbation from others

•Stage 4 – Basis for affirmed conduct is for the benefit of all

•Stage 5 – Obeying laws yet at the same time ensuring individuals’ rights

•Stage 6 – Appeals to all inclusive moral standards in clash and determination

In my present association if everybody utilized by the association can comprehend the guidelines and the playing field then our workplace will be more attractive. I consider this ethical advancement as stage 5. On the off chance that a representative is being moral and taking after the partnership’s arrangements, she or he ought not be concerned with checking. To adjust this announcement, head honchos should be conscious, transparent in instructing workers regarding its checking, and organizations ought to direct their observing inside of the rules of the law.

Hi Traci,

Extraordinary Post! You are right about dutifulness, which could likewise be known as a premoral stage, what an operators will do is controlled by computing the quick physical outcomes that may follow not the ethical estimation of an activity. By conceding to control, the specialists’ larger objective is to keep away from physical discipline. Hence, at stage one, dutifulness not moral suppositions or remorse portrays choice making as proposed