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  1. Teaching Interpersonal Skills - The Concept of Social Risk Analysis Niclas Andersson Associate Professor, PhD. Technical University of Denmark

  2. Teaching Interpersonal Skills- The Concept of Social Risk Analysis • A practical approach to the teaching of interpersonal skills • The concept of Social Risk Analysis • Applied and reviewed in two engineering courses

  3. The Course Design The Teaching Process The Work Process The Social Process

  4. Teaching interpersonal Skills– The Social Risk Analysis An Integrated part of the Curriculum: Learning Objectives – Teaching Activities - Assessment Introduction Recurrent Reviews Report The Social Process

  5. Impact of the Social Risk Analysis on the work performance of the group? Positive Negative 50% 50% 0% 0%

  6. … to understand the structure and content of the Social Risk Analysis? Easy Difficult 38% 50% 13% 0%

  7. The Social Risk Analysis made it easier and more acceptable to talk about interpersonal relations, conflicts and other social issues Agree Disagree 13% 63% 13% 13%

  8. Are teaching of Interpersonal Skills of important relevance for engineering students at technical universities? Relevant Irrelevant 75% 25% 0% 0%

  9. Previous experiences with teaching of Interpersonal Skills at a university? Yes No 0% 100%

  10. The Social Risk Analysis – Step by Step Step 1: Identification of Common Issues of Analysis Step 2: Self-Conception (individual self-analysis) Step 3: Identification of Potential Conflict Areas Step 4: Agreement on Fundamental Principles for the Teamwork Step 5: Recurrent Review the Social Risk Analysis Step 6: Assessment and Concluding Report of the Social Process - Priorities (job, family, etc.) - Work conditions - Personality - Behavior (Co-operation…) - Ambition level - …

  11. Conclusions- Teaching Interpersonal Skills The Student Perspective • Positive attitude among students • Recognise the importance of interpersonal skills • Find the Social Risk Analysis useful and easy to manage • Encourages and imposes a critical review of the social interaction • Facilitates communication and teamwork performance • The social process facilitates the work process The Course Perspective • Possible to integrate interpersonal skills in the curriculum of engineering • Constructive alignm.: learning objectives - teaching activities - assessment • Course design: impel cooperation, communication and participation