Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum supports and implements the education and training project, NABIS(Northeast Asia Business Integrity School) as a partner organization of FKI-IMI (Federation of Korean Industries-International Management Institute), the South Korean Integrity Partner of Siemens Integrity Initiative by Siemens AG, from April 2011 to March 2014.
The project aims to establish the Northeast Asia Business Integrity School (NABIS), an educational project for university students, in order to foster a clean and transparent business environment.
For further information : http://www.nabis.kr/
NABIS aims to educate university students by nurturing leadership with integrity. Current business leaders and good practices in business ethics will be identified in order to promote fair market conditions in the Republic of Korea. NABIS trainers from Korean companies and Korean subsidiaries of Western and Northeast Asian companies operating in the Republic of Korea will teach NABIS students by using the NABIS curriculum that includes case studies from their own companies.
NABIS aims to influence behavioral changes by teaching the importance of business integrity in the free market and trade systems and by building a mutual learning and supporting community among NABIS students, candidate students and NABIS trainers.
NABIS activities also include train-the-trainer modules, workshops, scholarship and graduation ceremonies, CEO forums, as well as outreach activities to promote inclusion of NABIS modules into business schools and universities.
NABIS Web site: http://www.nabis.kr/