Running head: ETHICAL THINKING
Ethical thinking is the way people think about values and staying positive, and they
exercise those values in solving a problem. Thus, ethical thinking people always want to remain
positive, by impacting others, and they always try to take ethical responsibilities. Ethical thinking
makes decisions based on their core values despite the pressures they might face. In this essay, we
are going to look at a moral thinking leader, from our perspective and the perspective of a Christian
minded individual. From a Christian point of view, ethical thinking can be viewed as virtuous and
wrong behaviour. That is right or wrong, good or bad, justice and injustice, among many others
(Sun et al. 2017).
1. Ethical Dilemma
Ethical dilemmas can also be referred to as a moral dilemma. It is viewed as a problem in
decision making because it usually involves two decisions to be made, none of which is right from
an ethical point of view. This dilemma arises in many social and professional settings in everyday
life. In social and individual environments, many people especially, Christians, strive to make the
decision that always has lesser evil or sometimes try to look for an alternative all the same. Let us
analyze a situation in a professional setting where a leader or an executive takes all the credit of
the work of his or her junior staff (Furey & Martin 2018).
This situation may look tricky to the executive because he might need that credit...
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