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Personal Leadership/Ethics Statement

You will write a personal leadership/ethics statement based on the resources provided below. It should be 3–5 pages long excluding the cover and reference pages. Use a MIMNUM of three sources for your paper.

Please include your MBTI type found in , the ethics approaches your type is likely to use when dealing with dilemmas (mandala, below), and a discussion regarding the ethics theories (theories listed according to type under the mandala) most applicable to you and how you believe you will use them when faced with an ethics-based question in your workplace or personal life.(MY MBTI type is: Introvert(20%) Sensing(20%), Thinking(25%), Judging(12%).

You will need to research the ethics theory associated with your MBTI, and write about the theory’s application in your personal and professional life using appropriate citations. In addition, please pick a culture different from your own (refer to Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions, / and briefly explain how your leadership/ethics approach may alter in that venue.

Source: Geert Hofstede. Retrieved from

Mandala explanation:

The second and third part of the dichotomy determine your ethics approach.

Sensing/Thinking (ST Dichotomy)

• Doing the right thing consistently

• Minimize or eliminate ambiguity and uncertainty, objective rules

Theory: Kant’s Absolute Imperative

Rule of thumb; What should I do? Do the right thing

How should I decide? Objectively and impersonally


• Doing the right thing by serving others

• Attends to the practical needs of individuals

Theory: W.D. Ross’ Prima Facie Duties Deciphers between absolute and conditional duty Rule of thumb: What should I do? Do the right thing How should I decide? Subjectively and personally Intuition/thinking• Seeking the good consistently• Focus on broad, impersonal concepts and issues, analyzing objective situations Theory: J.S. Mill’s Utilitarianism Consequences are important, but be impartial and consistent Rule of thumb: What should I do? Seek the good

How should I decide? Objective and impersonal


• Seeking the good for others

• Promote harmony in complex situations

• Responsive to people

Theory: Joseph Fletcher’s Situation Ethics No two situations are the same. Empathy

Rule of thumb: What should I do? Seek the good

How should I decide? Subjectively and personally Summary of Ethics Theories Used in the Mandala

1. Kant’s Absolute Imperative(S-T Dichotomy)

2. W.D. Ross’ Prima Facie Duties (S-F Dichotomy)

3. J.S. Mill’s Utilitarianism (N-T Dichotomy)

4. Joseph Fletcher’s Situation Ethics (N-F Dichotomy)

To help write the paper, please view the videos found in Webliography and labeled Unit 6 Reading-Videos. It will be helpful to take notes as you view the videos. Also watch the MBTI-Ethics PPT presentation, and complete the Jung Typology test.

Jung Typology Test™

Source: HumanMetrics. Retrieved from

Please include a title page, abstract (or introduction), table of contents, and a references page in addition to the actual content pages required. Be sure your paper is well written, and free of grammatical errors.

Criteria Earned Possible 150 points


MBTI type: 20

Ethics approach (theory) based on MBTI: 10

Theory explanation: 40

How you will apply theories: 30

Leadership in another culture:10

Writing: 30

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