It presents a unique system to help everyone understand how people vary in their ethical approaches and decision-making when confronting ethical dilemmas.
Books by Gini Graham Scott
Readers are taught how to assess their own ethical approach and that of others through an Ethical Choices profile. Readers can compare themselves and others by using the Ethical Choices Map.
This map does for ethics what the widely used Myers-Briggs system does for personality typing. It shows how everyone has an ethical profile based on their values, orientation, style, and attitude towards the rules. By understanding your style and that of others, you can make better choices in responding to everyday situations and evaluating other people's actions. The map and profiling system was developed after interviews with dozens of people. The book includes examples of how people with different styles resolved their own dilemmas in everything from personal and family situations to situations at work and in the community.