Eng. Muli Kitema, EBG Chair
The ELNET Business Group(EBG)
Leaders of integrity spearheading holistic societal transformation everywhere
Promoting ethical values and empowering people to run business ethically and transform their sector
The ELNET business group seeks to transform our country’s business culture through entrenching of ethical values and principles that have been drawn from biblical principles. This group brings together leaders in business and helps them appreciate the need of applying ethical practices in business and embracing godly values as leaders in business and at home. The group meets once every month to discuss pertinent issues in business and how to remain relevant and ethical despite the pressures in the business world.
This group has been carrying out breakfast meeting at Nairobi Club. The breakfast meetings (3rd Wednesday every month) have been carried out monthly for the last two years. While they previously targeted executives in larger corporations, there has been a strong and growing interest by owners and managers of small and medium sized enterprises.
Business Group Committees
a. Business Leader Forum(BLF)
Eng. Peter Githiomi, BLF Chair
We host business and organizational leaders who come together to discuss the issue of ethics and integrity in Kenya, especially in the market place.
We hold the BLF at Nairobi Club every third Wednesday of the month.
b. (CBC)Church Business Connections
This is a group of market place leaders who go around churches engaging other market place leaders in discussions about ethics.
c. Job & Wealth Creation (JWC)
To empower communities to engage societal leaders so as to build holistic transformation movements through job and wealth creation
In 2016 we were happy to host speakers such as Paul Mahiaini CEO of STOIC Company Limited, Simon Wafubwa CEO of Enwealth Financial Services Limited and James Mageria, Chairman Karen Hospital. They all spoke on the area of entrepreneurship
d. Ethical Assessments of Leaders & Businesses
Pursuing the transformation of Kenya’s business & societal culture to Ethical Leadership and Ethical Business through Enduring Values”
- 30 ethical practices (About 50 leaders signed)
- So far 10 leaders/businesses have been given ‘The ELNET Mark of Ethics’. 10 more ethical leaders and business unveiled on 10/11/2016
“Pursuing the transformation of Kenya’s business & societal culture to Ethical Leadership and Ethical Business through Enduring Values”