Τhe Ethics Index is designed to measure 45 ethical factors: 6 mental clarity factors, 12 emotional bias factors, 25 soft skills and 2 stress factors.
The Scorecard allows for a comprehensive conversation about ethical professional performance, personal ethical clarity and commitment in great detail – covering both mental and emotional ethical factors.
The results can be compared to actual performance to pinpoint where individuals need to focus time and attention to add “good-making” ethical properties and take the necessary steps for achieving sustained higher levels of professional and personal ethics.
This assessment is designed to highlight strengths, as well as detect “blind spots” or emotional conditioning barriers, that may be preventing a person from achieving peak ethical performance and living. It shows how people have been conditioned to recognize right and wrong over time. This information is often critical knowledge for business owners and managers to develop and utilize their employees’ full ethical potential, and for individuals to develop and utilize their personal code of ethics.
The assessment indicates how well a person can differentiate varying degrees of good and bad in others, with respect to professional and social norms, in existing systems, as well as their own moral code.
The profile results also reflect how well a person complies with the law and legal authority, how ethical a person’s decisions are, and how much stress he or she may be feeling, as well as how he or she copes with it.