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Roland Peter Haas: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2018

Name Dr. Roland Peter Haas
Consultation hoursBy appointment
Address
Autonome Systeme
ETH Zürich, LEE H 223
Leonhardstrasse 21
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
E-mailroland.haas@mavt.ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.projektconsulting.ch
DepartmentMechanical and Process Engineering
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NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
151-0761-00LPractice Course Product Development Restricted registration - show details
Only students for focus projects. 2 up to 3 students per focus project.
3 credits3GR. P. Haas, C. R. Dietzsch, C. Schorno, M. Schütz
AbstractThis course provides comprehensive input to ongoing focus project teams in the areas of project management, communication and presentation, as well as dealing with the media, coaches and patents and safety issues.
ObjectiveParticipants will receive tips, hints and background information from experienced tutors appliccable to current projects.
ContentProject Management
- Creating a solid project base
- Project planning and controlling
- Product validation and testing
- Problem solving cycle and decicion taking transparent for others

Communication
- Communication within the team and with coaches
- Public Relations in a Nutshell
- How to aquire and manage suppliers and sponsors
- Transfer of technical drawings to suppliers
- Technical repots
- Review presentations

Handling of and guidance to
- Expectation management and dealing with conflicts
- Burnout prevention, time management, work disturbances
- Safety issues
- Issues regardring patents
Lecture notesLecture notes and documentation will be electronically available.
Prerequisites / Notice- for students only participating in a Focus Project in the same semester
- the exact schedule will be communicated during the course
- it is expected, that every team is visiting each leacture with typically at least 2 team members
151-3217-00LCoaching Students (Basic Training)1 credit1GR. P. Haas, B. Volk
AbstractAim is enhancement of knowledge and competency regarding coaching skills. Participants should be active coaches of a student team. Topics: Overview of the roles and mind set of a coach as, introduction into coaching methodology, mutual learning and reflecting of participants coaching expertise and situations.
Objective- Basic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Basic Knowledge and reflection about classical coaching situations
- Inspiration and mutual learning from real coaching sessions (mutual peer observation)
ContentBasic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Introduction into coaching: definition & models
- Introduction into the coaching process and team building phases
- Role of coaches between examinator, tutor and ""friend""
First steps building up personal coaching competencies, i.e. active listening, asking questions, giving feedback
- Competencies in theoretical models
- Coaching competencies: exercises and reflection
Some Reflection and exchange of experiences about personal coaching situations
- Exchange of experiences in the lecture group
- Mutual peer observations
Lecture notesSlides, script and other documents will be distributed electronically
(access only for participants registered to this course)
LiteraturePlease refer to lecture script.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipants (Students, PhD Students, Postdocs) should be actively coaching students.
151-3219-00LCoaching Students (Advanced Course 1)
This course assumes that participants have completed the basic training (151-3217-00L Coaching Students (Basic Training)).
1 credit1GR. P. Haas, B. Volk
AbstractAim is enhancement of knowledge and competency regarding coaching skills. Participants should be active coaches students. Topics: Overview of the roles and mind set of a coach, introduction into coaching methodology, mutual learning and reflecting of participants coaching expertise and situations.
Objective- Basic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Knowledge and reflection about classical coaching situations
- Development of personal coaching skills
- Knowledge and know-how about coaching methods
ContentAdvanced knowledge about role and mindset of a coach:
- Introduction into coaching: definition & models
- Introduction into the coaching process
- Role of coaches between examinator, tutor and "friend"
Development of personal coaching competencies, e.g. active listening, asking questions, giving feedback:
- Competencies in theoretical models
- Coaching competencies: exercises and reflection
Knowledge and reflection about coaching situations:
- Knowledge about team development
- Reflection about critical project phases
- Know-how about reference model for analysis critical situations
Reflection and exchange of experiences about personal coaching situations:
- Self-reflection including individual coaching session and case study
- Exchange of experiences in the lecture group
- Mutual peer observations
Knowledge and know-how about coaching methods and situations:
- Knowledge about basic coaching methods for student teams
- Know-how about usage of methods in the coaching process
- Facilitating decisions
- Using and applying coaches opinions and knowledge
- Facilitating conflict situations
Lecture notesSlides, script and other documents will be distributed electronically
(access only for participants registered to this course).
LiteraturePlease refer to lecture script.
Prerequisites / Notice- Participants (Students, PhD Students, Postdocs) should be actively coaching students
- Completiont of the basic training is required.