What is BESST Project?

The main goal of the BESST (Business Ethics and Soft Skills of Traders) project is to transfer and to share the experience in ethical standards of trading among the partners from the following countries: the Czech Republic (leading partner), Bulgaria, Slovakia, Slovenia and Germany (2 partners).

The project is aiming to reach the cooperation among organizations in the field of business ethics training and in the domain of customer and client partnership. The outcome of this project should strengthen the awareness of education in ethical standards of trading among the target groups of the project partners. The cooperation of the partners is supported by the identification and development of the behaviour codes in the business world.

To implement the project issue in the international partnership meetings is the main goal of BESST. The side product of the implementation should be the creation of an e-learning application focused on the era of business ethics. A report is supposed to be the outcome of the project. The report should bring together applied procedures, examples of good practice and potential problems that are going to be discussed during the meetings of the partners. All results are going to be presented on a CD. The e-learning application is supposed to be composed of different courses by all the partners. The project is going to last for 2 years. In the course of this time 5 international meetings are going to take place in the respective countries, the transfer of experience and know-how of all the partners is going to be discussed.

You can find the courses below on their own pages. We recommend to display them in full screen mode by clicking to the first bottom icon.

 

soft skills – test – english version

business ethics – course – english version

Author: Linde Material Handling Slovenská republika, Slovakia, www.linde-mh.sk  

business ethics – test – english version

Author: Linde Material Handling Slovenská republika, Slovakia, www.linde-mh.sk  

soft skills – course – english version

Author: Economic Institute Maribor, Slovenia http://www.eim-mb.si/en/  

intercultural differences – course – english version

Content: Communication with Clients and Partners from Different Countries with the Aim to Understand Intercultural Differences. Author: National Center for Informational Service, Pleven, Bulgaria  

business ethics – course – slovak version

Author: Linde Material Handling Slovenská republika, Slovakia, www.linde-mh.sk  

business ethics – test – slovak version

Author: Linde Material Handling Slovenská republika, Slovakia, www.linde-mh.sk  

business ethics – bulgarian version (етичен кодекс за търговци)

Author: Linde Material Handling Slovenská republika, Slovakia, www.linde-mh.sk  

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