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Difference between ethics, moral and values

What are ethics? What is the difference between Values and Moral? 

Personal ethics are your own parameters for what you will abide by in life. 

Professional ethics are principles chosen by an organization for that profession as Rules of correct and honorable conduct adopted by this organization. For Coaching profession ethics are chosen and created by ICF, the International Coaching Federation.

Moral are decisions made by our culture or community and sometimes it can include religious or spiritual community. Moral defines what is right and what is wrong. 

Values are who we are. Values define us. They are emotional response when they are honored or violated. 

Values come from the resonance of who we are. Ethics and moral come from outside.

Values, moral and ethics can be aligned closely or might vary. 

I can have professional ethic that I will conduct myself in a manner that reflects well in my profession. I might have a moral code that honor a neighbor as myself. I might have a value code for self-expression. 

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