Ethics Email Reflection

This assignment is part of your Project 2 grade. It’s not a normal homework assignment but will make up 35% of the grade for that project.  Context: In many work places, reflection is a tool that is often used. You may be asked to submit an end-of-quarter or end-of-year self-evaluation, you may be asked to sit down with your supervisor for an interview, or you may be asked to write a letter to go in your promotion file. In all of these cases, you’re often asked to reflect on the work you’ve done, explain the seen and unseen work you did, justify your value to the company, and explain what you’ve learned or how you’ve improved in that time frame. In less formal reflections, you might sit down with a team at work and reflect on how a project went and what you’d do differently in future.  Scenario: For this assignment, you will reflect on your Ethics Email and the revision process. You should format the reflection as a self-evaluation letter. You can review letter formatting in the chapter on letters (Links to an external site.).  You’ll imagine that the work you did last week–the drafting of your email, the peer review, and the revision–were part of a work project, and I, your boss, have asked you to reflect on the project, your role in the project, and what your takeaways are. You can organize the letter however you like, but here are some guiding questions to help you:  Your reflection should be formatted as a letter and be at least 300 words long. 

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