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  • 1. Moral Values & Character Building Assignment By (C-2)
  • 2. 1. Make an OHP presentation of 05 minutes on what you understand about Moral Values and character building, highlighting the process of development of the same in a person and state how this helps in ones career (P2a) Morals: Morals are principles and values based on what a person or society believes are the right, proper or acceptable ways of behaving. Values: Values of a person or group are the moral principles and beliefs that they think are important in life and that they tend to live their lives by such values as guiding principles.
  • 3.
    • Trustworthiness
    • Respect
    • Responsibility
    • Fairness
    • Caring
    • Citizenship
    Moral Principles or Values
  • 4. Moral Principles or Values
    • Trustworthiness
      • Work with little supervision, yet seek guidance as needed.
      • Be honest, reliable, and ethical in all dealings.
      • Refuse to steal, misuse or abuse company time, property or equipment.
      • Refuse to lie, cheat, deceive, manipulate, exploit or take advantage of others.
  • 5. Moral Principles or Values
    • Respect
      • Value and honor all people.
      • Respect the dignity, privacy and freedom of all.
      • Use good manners. Be courteous and polite.
      • Listen to and communicate openly with others.
      • Be friendly and cooperative.
  • 6. Moral Principles or Values
    • Responsibility
      • Show initiative. Pay attention to detail. Pursue excellence.
      • Be loyal.
      • Strive to improve abilities, learn new skills and take on broader responsibilities.
      • Be accountable. Fulfill commitments, persevere and get the job done.
  • 7.
    • Fairness
      • Listen. Know your job. Communicate honestly.
      • Consider all stakeholders and the possible short- and long-term consequences of decisions.
      • Be free of bias, just, without favoritism or prejudice.
      • Use tact and courtesy.
      • Share knowledge, ideas and skills with others.
    Moral Principles or Values
  • 8.
    • Caring
      • Strive for harmonious, mutually beneficial relationships.
      • Show kindness and sensitivity to the feelings of others.
      • Express gratitude.
      • Show personal concern for others.
      • Take time to help others.
      • Be kind. Be kind. Be kind.
    Moral Principles or Values
  • 9.
    • Citizenship
      • Understand and contribute to the organization.
      • Take care of equipment and resources.
      • Pursue life-long learning.
      • Volunteer without expectation of recognition or reward.
      • Be a role model and mentor to new employees.
    Moral Principles or Values
  • 10. Character is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing. Abraham Lincoln
  • 11. What is Character?
    • The inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions.
    WRITE IT DOWN!!!
  • 12. What are Characteristics of Character? WRITE IT DOWN!!! Honesty Competent Inspiring Courageous Tact Fairness Loyal Integrity Confident Unselfish Responsibility Citizenship Caring Respect Trustworthiness
  • 13. Why is Character Important?
    • Warren Bennis says, that after vision and passion, INTEGRITY (character) is the most basic fundamental competency to be a leader.
        • He further points out that Integrity is the basis of TRUST.
  • 14. Who Cares About Character?
    • The Age of Accountability
    • The Importance of Family Values
    PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS WATCHING!!!
  • 15. Impacting Moral & Character Development Four major questions need to be addressed when focusing on character development: 1. What is good character? 2. What causes or prevents good character? 3. H ow can good character be measured ? 4. How can good character best be developed?
  • 16. Components of Character Know Think Value Commit Plan Personal Social Behave
  • 17. Impacting Moral & Character Development 1. What is good character? Personal
    • honest and truthful
    • autonomous
    • responsible
    • self-management and self-discipline
    • courageous
    • integrity
  • 18. 1. What is good character? Social
    • sociable
    • benevolent
    • compassionate
    • courteous
    • trustworthy
    Impacting Moral & Character Development
  • 19. 2. What causes or prevents good character? Impacting Moral & Character Development 1. heredity 2. early childhood experience 3. modeling by important adults & older youth 4. peer influence 5. general physical and social environment 6. communications media 7. content taught in the schools, etc. 8. specific situations and roles
  • 20. 3. H ow can good character be measured ?
    • Cognitive knowledge
    • Age appropriate cognitive and moral development.
    • Values expressed
    • Commitments expressed
    • Written plans
    • Personal and social overt behavior
    Impacting Moral & Character Development
  • 21. 4. How can good character best be developed? Effective communication and shared values among families, schools, religious organizations, and communities. Impacting Moral & Character Development
  • 22. 3. Map your personal experience of this assignment with respect to Moral values throw light on the general value system you observed around you(M1/M3)
    • Personal experience - Moral Values
      • I have learnt through this assignment how to behave in a society with morals, values and principles.
      • I learnt to be honest, reliable, and ethical in all dealings pertaining to my job and career.
      • I learnt how to respect, honour and value the people.
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      • I learnt how to strive to improve abilities, learn new skills and take on broader responsibilities.
      • I learnt how to share knowledge, ideas and skills with others.
      • I learnt to show kindness and sensitivity to the feelings of others.
    Personal experience - Moral Values
  • 24. General value systems observed Classification of Values : Ethical Values Social Values Spiritual Values Educational Values Professional Values
  • 25. Ethical Values / Moral Values : Concept - Right / Wrong Good / Bad Virtue / Vice Influence the activities of Human being
  • 26. Social Values : Satya Asteya Brahmacharya Aparigraha Ahimsa According to Patanjali Five Yamas
  • 27. Spiritual Values : Intrinsic Values