Personal Value work Place is an Ethics, which is a branch of philosophy and is therefore concerned with formal academic reasoning about right and wrong. Ethics are drawn from the books and debates in which philosophical theories about right and wrong are proposed and tested. And provides principles and arguments for thinking about the issue. Ethics have to be studied. Values are the commonsense, often taken-for-granted, beliefs about right and wrong that guide us in our daily lives. Values are acquired informally through processes of socialization. We acquire values from our interactions with our friends, family, colleagues and from the organizations we work for or belong to. The emotional force of values would lead you to an intuitive feel for the right thing to do. Values are learned. Values are core ideas about how people should live and the ends they should seek. They are shared by a majority of people within a community or society. They are simply expressed generalities, often no more than single words such as peas and honesty. There are overlaps between ethics and values.
Attitudes, like values, are evaluations of whether something is good or bad. But unlike values they are evaluations of particular things, issues, people, places or whatever. Attitudes, because they relate to specific circumstances, are more changeable than values.
A belief is an acceptance that something is true or not. This acceptance does not imply any judgment about whether that is good or bad.
Different types of values can be distinguished that might affect thinking about ethical issues: -Moral values – concern interpersonal behavior, e.g. honest is desirable
-Competence values – concern one‘s own valuation of one‘s behavior, e.g. behaving imaginatively is desirable.
-Personal values – concern the ends, or terminal states, that are desirable for the self, e.g. peace of mind.
-Social values – concern the ends that one would desire for society, e.g. world peace is desirable.
The first two items in the list concern instrumental values that are about how a person should live and behave. The second two items are terminal values that concern the ends or purposes that we should be striving for.