Demonstrating its commitment to the development of a local talent pool in Saudi Arabia, Bahri participated in the MiSK Values program launched by MiSK Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to cultivating learning and leadership in youth.
As part of the initiative, which aims at raising awareness among the next generation of professionals about the importance of core values in society, Bahri offered training opportunities to six university students, providing them with a better understanding of the corporate working environment and the company’s core values and ethics.
During the three-week program, Bahri organised training sessions and workshops for the participants at its headquarters in Riyadh. They also shadowed the company’s senior executives to learn about their tasks and responsibilities carried out in accordance with Bahri’s values, which reflect the highest standards in business ethics and management.
Hisham Alkhaldi, Chief Support Officer, Bahri, said: “As a champion of localisation, Bahri has always remained at the forefront of efforts aimed at nurturing a future workforce that is well-equipped with advanced leadership and industry skills. We also place a significant emphasis on instilling our corporate values in participants of our various training and mentorship programs as we believe that responsible professionals will be capable of steering the growth of different sectors of the economy forward, creating a meaningful impact on our society, and helping to bring the goals of the Saudi Vision 2030 to fruition.”
The nationwide program saw the participation of 120 university students training at 17 companies and entities in the Kingdom’s private and public sectors. At a graduation ceremony organised at SABIC Academy August 1, Bahri was honoured for its contributions to the success of the ambitious program.