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  1. Human values and Ethics towards Performance Improvement Dr. N.Asokan M.Sc.,M.E.,Ph.D ntvasokan@gmail.com 9445191369
  2. Objective  To ensure sustained happiness and prosperity which are the core aspirations of all human beings.  To facilitate the development of a holistic perspective among people towards life, profession and happiness, based on the correct understanding of the Human reality and the rest of the
  3. What do you need to have in a day to make it joyful? A joyful life meant connecting with people on a daily basis and doing something that made a valuable contribution to someone else’s life.
  4. What is Good? What is Evil?
  5. “Is it ethical to steal a loaf of bread to feed a starving child?” “It depends.”
  6. Belief sWays of seeing the world Guide how people do things Examples: In listening In seeing of every other person In timing In every one has some potential In no one is useless
  7. You are observing limiting beliefs in yourself
  8. Power of Powerlessness • Dominant belief that we are not able to fulfill our desires. • Most of us hold one of two contradictory beliefs that limit our ability to create what we really want. 1. Belief in powerlessness – our inability to bring into being all the things we really care about 2. Belief centers on unworthiness – that we do not deserve to have what we truly desire.
  9. At the age of 2 As children, we learn our limitations are. Children are rightfully taught limitations essential to their survival. We are constantly told we can’t have or can’t do certain things and we may come to assume that we have inability to have what we want.
  10. Limiting Beliefs • Dominant belief : we are not able to fulfill our desires • Common Belief: our powerlessness • Belief Center: Unworthiness –we don not deserve to have what we truly desire As human beings we all have some limiting beliefs based on industry best practices and incidences of failures
  11. Values are our fundamental beliefs.  They are the principles we use to define that which is right, good and just.  Values provide guidance as we determine the right versus the wrong, the good versus the bad. Who are you? Who you
  12. Values Those aspects of life that you hold dear Experimental Knowledge
  13. As you make choices, sometimes compromising, sometimes holding firm, you come to realize that certain aspects of your life are more important than others
  14. These critical aspects, guiding the choices you make in the future. Some of these values will remain constant throughout your life. Others will change with time and reflection
  15. Moral Values Judgment of Good or Bad of human action or character according to some perceived standard of Good or Evil
  16. Morals are values which we attribute to a system of beliefs These values get their authority from something outside the individual- a higher being or higher authority (e.g. society) Many of us find our values are strongly influenced by our sense of morality - right as defined by a higher authority.
  17. Examples of Moral Values Honesty, Integrity, Compassion …) as “moral values” - values derived from a higher authority Business values, such as Excellence, Quality, Safety, Service, which define some elements of right and good in a business context.
  18. Who is Gentleman?
  19. Ethics The discipline dealing with What is Right or Wrong or Moral Duty and Obligation. A group of moral principles or set of values A particular theory or system of moral values S t a n d a r d s o f b e h a v i o r Art of Human Living. Science of Man as a Gentleman
  20. Ethics is about our actions and decisions. When one acts in ways which are consistent with our beliefs , we will characterize that as acting ethically. When one’s actions are NOT congruent with our values - our sense of right, good and just - we will view that as acting unethically. The ethics of our decisions and actions is defined societally, NOT individually.
  21. If society is dominated by a single religious or cultural belief system, as is the case in some countries, then what is ethical and what is moral may be defined as the same thing. In societies where there is not a monolithic belief system there can be very wide differences in opinion in society as to whether a given action is ethical (or moral).
  22. Difference between Moral and Ethical: LAW The moral principle that “life is sacred” takes on clear definition in the Medical Doctor’s code of Ethics: the same moral principle is rigidly defined in the LAWS prohibiting manslaughter
  23. Work Ethic It is a cultural norm that advocates being personally accountable and responsible for the work that one does and is based on a belief that work has intrinsic value. A set of attitudes concerned with the value of work, which forms the motivational orientation
  24. Human Values Basic moral values one ought to possess to live as a person P r i n c i p l e s : The innate dignity of human life Respect for others Interconnection between humankind and environment Importance of integrity and service Attitude of non-violence Individual and collective quest for peace and happiness
  25. Human Values - LOVE Truth : Love in Speech Right Conduct: Love in Action Peace: Love in Thought Non-Violence: Love in Speech Love in Though t Love in Understandi ng Love in Action
  26. Human Values LOV E T R U T H R i g h t c o n d u c t P e a c e N o n v i o l e n c e Caring Consciousness Cleanliness Attention Brotherhood Dedication Creativity Courage Calm Citizenship Friendship Discrimination Duty Concentration Consideration Forgiveness Creativity Goals Discipline Cooperation Helping Honesty Leadership Focus Global awareness Kindness Integrity Respect Satisfaction Loyalty Patience Unity in diversity Sacrifice Inner silence Service to others Sharing Reason Self confidence Understanding Social justice Sincerity Optimism Healthy living Care for environment Ceiling on desires Tolerance Sense control Time Self control Universal love
  27. Moral Dilemma Dilemmas are situations in which moral reasons come into conflict. Not clear of the immediate choice or solutions of the problems Does not mean things had gone wrong, indicate the moral complexity
  28. Example A person promised to meet a customer and dine, but he has to help his relative who is involved in an accident – one has to fix the priority. Late comers - College bus Break down Vs Outside bus break down
  29. Three Complex Situations 1. Problem of Vagueness: Unable to distinguish between Good and bad 2. Problem of Conflicting Reasons: Unable to choose between two good solutions – Set priority 3. Problem of Disagreement: More solutions. Analyze and rank the solutions for suitable for the context
  30. Performance Improvement
  31. Performance :Purpose An Organization exists for a purpose and that purpose is Performance Performance defined as any outcome that is deemed valuable by either an external or internal customer
  32. Performance for the Day Thousand of tiny choices, in an endless procession, that confronts us every minute, unable to intellectualize, compelled us to react instinctively (decisions), follows the path of least resistance. Sum of these tiny decisions is the performance of the day
  33. How to decide Good or Bad?
  34. Goal, Right, Wrong , Achieve me nt, Shortcoming What are the goals of your life? How do you set your goals in your life? How do you differentiate between right and wrong? What have been your achievements and shortcoming in your life?
  35. Purpose Defines the enduring character of College its self identity consistent through time and transcends market life cycles, technological breakthroughs, management fads and individual leaders. WHY? Why do we run the College of Engineering and Technology? Direction – continually pursues but never fully achieves or completes its purpose. “Why we exists and What we stand for” that does not change even after 100 years “This who we are; this is what we stand for; this is what we are all about”
  36. Mission Statement Forming a personal mission statement means identifying your purpose Not having a direction is the number one mistake we make in our careers and personal lives. Creating a mission that aligns with your natural talents means success will likely
  37. Examples of core purpose Company Name Core purpose 3M To solve unsolved problems innovatively HP To make technical contributions for the advancement and welfare of humanity McKinsey To help leading corporations and governments be more successful Merck To preserve and improve human life Nike To experience the emotions of competitions, winning, and crushing competitors
  38. What do we want to create within next three years / five years /ten years? – • The picture of the envisioned future we seek to CREATE • Specific destination – once we reach, we have to change • Far more important to know who we are than where we are going, for where we are going will certainly changes as the world about us changes “what we aspire to become, to achieve, to create” that will require significant change and progress to attain C R E A T E
  39. Creative Process Thinking beyond the current capabilities of the college, current environments trends, forces, and conditions. 1. Become 100 crores in 2012 2. Crush ___ college 2. Knock of ___ college as the number one Engg.college in Tamilnadu 3. Become the MIT of India 4. Become No.1 in Marine Engg. Education 1.Target 2. common enemy 3. Role model 4. Internal
  40. How do we want to act, consistent with purpose? Along the path toward achieving what do we want to create Describe how the college wants life to be on a day – to day basis: Culture • Largely independent of the current environment, competitive requirements, or management fads • Culture stands the test of time If the circumstances changed and penalized us for holding this culture, would we still keep it? If YES, it is not culture, should be dropped
  41. Cultural Change Culture is the result of all the daily conversations and negotiations between the members of an organization. If you want to change a culture you have to change all these conversations or at least the majority of them. “the way things
  42. What if members of the organization do not share and have not internalized the organization's values? Values are the embodiment of what an organization stands for / individual stand for. When there is a disconnect between stated and operating values, it may be difficult to determine w h a t i s " a c c e p t a b l e . "
  44. Performance Excellence Right way of doing things Protecting from inevitable mistakes Create Your own rule of the game Stds. Norms & Systems Rules & Regulations Above average Average Below average Talent Knowledge & SKill
  45. Institution's Excellence Preventing Inevitable mistakes (Below Average) Administration Rules Regulations/Wrong perception of Discipline Solution of today’s problem leads to new problem tomorrow Right way of doing right things (Above average) Management Framing Guidelines, Systems/Procedures Building Block of an Institution Fixing Responsibility & Accountability Doing professionally / Excellently Leadership Creating your own institutions Beyond Rules/norms/regulations Rethinking /breaking the limiting barriers of beliefs/assumptions/thought
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  47. Not all values have the same priority. Some are more important than others and must be satisfied before others can be addressed
  48. F i x e d M i n d s e t Your abilities are fixed and success comes out of repeatedly using the same belief, values and ethics. G r o w i n g M i n d s e t Your abilities can change if you learn from mistakes and are willing to put in the effort Signature of mediocrity is NOT an unwillingness to change It is chronic inconsistency
  49. As human beings we all have some limiting beliefs based on industry best practices and incidences of failures
  50. You believe that stretch goals help in breaking the limiting beliefs
  51. Breaking the limiting beliefs stretch goals helps W i l l p o w e r : a maniacal focus on goal Willingness to pay the price Ability to defeat any opposition Surmount any obstacles Erode the vision Mobilize through Fear Negative Vision: Focusing on getting away from what we don’t want rather than what we want Anti drugs, anti nuclear power, anti smoking, anti- abortion, anti corruption
  52. • Values can be defined as those things that are important to or valued by someone/ an organization • Virtues are Positive and preferred values • Code of Ethics exhibit, rights, duties and obligations of the members of a profession and a professional society.
  53. SEE DOGET Attitudes Behaviors Methods Techniques Beliefs Thoughts Assumptions Results If you want to change the Fruit, Change the Root Change in here, no use Basically change here, to get desired result Beliefs change gradually as we accumulate new experiences (Variety of different activities)
  54. Learn Practice Performance Discipline Purpose Number of very small wise decisions taken daily towards the purpose Process
  55. Responsibility Meter F re e d o m • Be Free • Enjoy the moment • Be widely passionate • Have a fabulous time • Live in the now Responsibilit y • Be Responsible • Set your goals • Keep your promises • Get important things done • Fulfill your duties
  56. The U.S. Army, in 1986, had as the theme for the year "values," and listed four organizational values- Loyalty, Duty, Selfless service, and Integrity- and four individual values- Commitment, Competence, Candor, and Courage.
  57. Example for Code of Professional Ethics We treat co-workers and other colleagues with respect, fairness, and good faith, and advocate conditions of employment that safeguard the rights and welfare of all employees of our institutions. We strive for excellence in the profession by maintaining and enhancing our own knowledge and skills, by encouraging the professional development of co-workers, and by fostering the aspirations of potential members of the profession.
  58. O u r M i s s i o n Navran Associates helps our clients reduce the risk of ethical misconduct and achieve strategic, financial and operational success as they earn and enhance their reputation for doing what is right, fair and good. O u r V i s i o n A world where people and organizations achieve success by consistently applying basic human values. O u r V a l u e s Navran Associates is guided by the consistent and predictable application of these universal values: Honesty - to tell the whole truth Integrity - to adhere to our values and keep our promises Fairness - to balance equity and equality in how we treat others Respect - to honor the inherent value of every person Compassion - to treat others out of our sincere concern for their interests and needs Courage - to do what is right, good and fair, even when it is difficult Accountability - to accept responsibility for the consequences of our actions
  59. Every day, are you using your energy OR wasting you energy?
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  1. College bus breakdown, outside bus break down!
  2. Not all values have the same priority. Some are more important than others and must be satisfied before others can be addressed