Diamond Leadership Program

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Weekly newsletter

We hope you enjoyed the long weekend, but now it's time to get back to business. Take your leadership to the next level and be sure to check out the October Leadership Seminars we have scheduled!

This week's newsletter includes online resources for your development, information on upcoming events and on-campus resources, and links to important department sites.

If you have questions or wish to contact us, please send an email to Lead@temple.edu.

Upcoming events

STARS Workshop: Inclusive Leadership

10/1/15 | 1:30-3pm | Student Center Room 217B | 2 leadership hours


Leadership Workshop - Conflict Styles

10/1/15 | 3-4pm | Student Center Room Underground | 1 leadership hour


Exploring Leadership Speaker Series with Aramark VP Kelly Jones

10/6/15 | 11am-12pm | Tuttleman Room 101 | 1 leadership hour


Leadership Workshop - Risk In Communication

10/8/15 | 3-4pm | Student Center Underground (Southside Lower Level) | 1 leadership hour

Seminars

Pre-registration and attendance at all sessions is required. All materials are provided for participating students.


StrengthsQuest Seminar - Fall Section 1

October 13, 20, 27, 2015 | 2-4pm | Student Center Room 220 | 6 total leadership hours

**Must attend all three sessions to earn hours.


StrengthsQuest Seminar - Fall Section 2

October 14, 21, 28, 2015 | 2-4pm | Student Center Room 207 | 6 total leadership hours

**Must attend all three sessions to earn hours.


REGISTER HERE


Emerging Leaders Seminar - Fall Section 1

October 7, 14, 21, 2015 | 12-2pm | Student Center Room 223 | 6 total leadership hours

**Must attend all three sessions to earn hours.


Emerging Leaders Seminar - Fall Section 2

October 13, 20, 27, 2015 | 2-4pm | Student Center Room 220 | 6 total leadership hours

**Must attend all three sessions to earn hours.


REGISTER HERE
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Tweet of the Week

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12 powerful phrases used by great leaders @dlvanrooy http://bit.ly/1L8lK7a

Leadership Resource of the Week

Everyone has a story to tell. Whether it be good, bad, or ugly turning your life experiences into something people can relate to is essential to your growth as a leader. This past week Diamond Leader Ziong Zhao facilitated a DLP workshop “Leading Through Storytelling” in order to help others learn how “inform, engage, and inspire.”


An interview posted on Linkedin Pulse by Liz Ryan, Founder and CEO of Human Workplace, titled “How Jessica Broke the Rules and Saved Her Career” is an excellent example of how to use storytelling to inspire.


"How Jessica Broke the Rules and Saved Her Career" by @humanworkplace on @LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-jessica-broke-rules-saved-her-career-liz-ryan-6052485598210519040

Additional Information From Campus Partners

On the Front Line: The Impact of Immigration Policies on Latino/a Communities: a Discussion with Law Professor Jennifer Lee of the Center for Social Justice at Temple University - 9/29, The Burrow, 2026 N. Broad Street. Food is Provided.


Temple University Scholar Advancement Program

The Temple University Scholar Advancement Program is a mentoring program for sophomores and juniors in any discipline who are interested in pursuing graduate studies and a career in research.Application instructions and details regarding eligibility can be found here. The deadline for application is Monday, October 12, 2015.


Soros Fellowships for New Americans

Application Deadline: Sunday, November 1, 2015

Sponsored by the Office of Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising. For more information, email dgdawson@temple.edu.