According to the videos that we watched, how can you work to ensure that ethical considerations stay in your frame of reference when you make decisions in your career and your life?  What specific advice did the videos offer

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I’m working on a Business Law question and need guidance to help me study.

 

We watched two videos explain how our ethical judgments are impacted just by how situations we face are posed or viewed, in other words, by the process known as framing (or point of view).  At Enron, employees manipulated its financial statements. At the time of these unethical actions, the employees’ frame of reference was loyalty to the company and maximizing stock price. Had they thought of the bigger ethical picture – for example, the impact of their actions on other people’s pension funds and wrecked lives – they may have acted differently.

According to the videos that we watched, how can you work to ensure that ethical considerations stay in your frame of reference when you make decisions in your career and your life?  What specific advice did the videos offer?

video 1: https://youtu.be/bOpf6KcWYyw : 1:37 min

video 2 : https://youtu.be/JWb_svTrcOg : 2:23 min