The answers to the questions
An analysis by describing what the results
From the results, it is manifest that I hold several leadership ethics. I scored high on some value more than others. I possess more virtue and caring ethics, as compared to duty ethics. This is since, in most situations, I would consider caring for the persons accused of either making a mistake or failing to perform a certain duty, especially when there was an understandable reason that would have them do it. I also scored high on virtue ethics, since in most cases, my decision would be based on the justice of the accused person in the case.
Observing justice is an indication of fairness, where I believe that justice at the workplace leads to more motivation, health, and wellbeing, leading to high performing organizations. I also scored high on Utilitarian Ethics, which is an ethical choice that produces the greatest good. On duty ethics, I scored low since I preferred to pardon persons found on the wrong in most of my answers or make decisions that seem just to the accused rather than to the outcome. Finally, on egoism ethics, I scored lowly since I did not act in my interests or desires in most cases but rather focused on the wellbeing of other organizational roles.