Gutierrez adds us, that it should not surprise us, in public administration, frequent complaints and submissions make officials involved in embezzlement and misuse of funds against the institutions under its administration, more when the lust for power have contaminated them. Up in education have been scandals by titles counterfeit and illicit marketing of services and teaching materials. In all cases a common belief seems to motivate people to act that way. It’s a paradigm that has become increasingly popular and that apparently is has been constituted the only means possible to achieve success: be fooled to succeed. Trick to succeed is based on the belief that success means having it all in a short time, accumulating fame, wealth, prestige, goods, and up to reputation without investing the time and effort necessary to achieve those purposes and legitimate. Equivalent to a unbridled race to achieve what one wants at all costs.
But in practice, this is an ineffective think and Act form. It reveals a character deficiency and low self-esteem. Of impairment because who fool for wanting to succeed is not able to master his impulses and desires, and much less act based on principles and values. It also reveals a low self-esteem since the person who feels good about herself and has confidence in his personal power to achieve things that deserve, makes a conscious effort to overcome internal and external pressures that invite you to do what you feel is incorrect. It has the character to wait his time, to do the right thing and promptly obtain their benefits. We are reminded, on the Sin anti-ethical, Stephen Covey says, every commercial transaction and/or managerial decision is a moral challenge that must search for equity between the parties involved. Covey says: when you hear that the majority of commercial transactions are moral, it means that something is happening in the background that remains hidden, disguised, secret.
To justify those attitudes, people use rationalizations and lies to be convinced that it is not necessary to adjust to natural laws. Then consciousness is cauterizada by complacent rationalism and loses all sense of morality and ethics. False reasoning that everyone does it comes to govern the collective conduct. Ramirez reminds us the importance of bearing in mind the five principles of ethical management namely: purpose. It is to see itself as a reliable person and Integra. Allow their sense of conscience be your guide. No matter what happens, it is always able to look in the mirror and feel good with respect to itself. Pride. In a good way the word, feel good with respect to itself. Not need the acceptance of others to feel that is doing the right thing. Develop a proper self-esteem and not let popular opinion to influence its character. Patience. Believe that things will eventually go well. Not wait for things to happen right now. Go at your own pace, not to the others. Persistence. Keep your purpose, the end in mind, regardless of situational convenience. Elcomportamiento is consistent with the intentions. Not to submit, but not surrender. Perspective. Reflect on personal and organizational principles and values. Maintain the focus and listen to the internal compass to see the future more clearly.