Leadership Week 2014

Monday, March 24th, 2014 through Monday, March 31st, 2014

Presented By: The Office of Leadership Development

Leadership Week is a series of events you will not want to miss! Each year the Office of Leadership Development brings in leadership experts and partners with different departments within the university to present a variety of events designed to help students live and lead with integrity and meaning. There are many opportunities beginning March 24th through March 31st to participate in various activities. All of the workshops will be worth 5 Leadership Diamond Points! So, please take a moment to look over the newsletter in order to plan your week.


Below is a listing of upcoming events hosted by the Office of Leadership Development. For a complete event listing, visit the department calendar All events are free unless otherwise noted. If you would like to unsubscribe from this listserv, please visit listserv.temple.edu to manage your email subscription.

LinkedIn

When: Monday, March 24th, 10-11am

Where: Mitten Hall Room 250


Are you using LinkedIn to your best advantage? Come join our workshop and learn new tips and tricks to make LinkedIn work for you! Learn how to enhance your job and internship while building your own personal brand! This event is hosted by the University Career Center.

Owl Workshops

Monday, March 24th 2014 at 1-2pm

Howard Gittis Student Center Room 217

Participate in student-led workshops designed to enhance your leadership skills. Each session runs for 30-45 minutes. Select one topic from the listing below:


Demystifying the Interview Process:
Ace your job interviews with helpful tips and information.


Debunking Stereotypes: Reorganizing and dealing with stereotyping behavior in the workplace.

Conflict Coaching: Learn how to help yourself and others deal with conflict.

Exploring Leadership Speaker Series: "How Women Gain a Leadership Edge" with Jane Stimmler

Tuesday, March 25th, 6-7pm, Student Center Room 200A

Jane Stimmler, co-author of Breaking into the Boy's Club, the ultimate guide to success for women in business, will share best practices on how to overcome issues and challenges faced by women in the workplace. Stimmler will offer advice on how to grow and become a leader in a professional environment.


***Free copies of Breaking into the Boy's Club will be available to the first students in attendance!


The Exploring Leadership Speaker Series features area leaders who truly live out the practices of exemplary leadership and offer inspiring insights into our Temple University community. The presentation is approximately 45 minutes, followed by a 10-15 minute Q&A.

Lunch and Learn With Fox Alum Kate Markowitz

When: Wednesday, March 26th, 12:30-1:30pm

Where: Howard Gittis Student Center Room 200C


Throughout the semester, the Office of Leadership Development hosts a FREE catered lunch were students can share a meal with a Philadelphia community leader. The program is simple- enjoy lunch and a great conversation with an inspiring professional within the community.


Join Kate Markowitz the Associate Director of Enrollment for the Fox School of Business.

She is a Temple graduate (Fox ’06 and STHM ’12) who is responsible for recruiting students to the Fox School of Business. Markowitz works closely with the student professional organizations. In her role with Fox, she is one of the first faces potential business students meet and assists in their personal and professional development through commencement. She also serves the community as an active volunteer in Students Run Philly Style.

OwlNetwork

Wednesday, March 26th 2014 at 4-5pm

Mitten Hall Room 250

Learn how to get connected to future employers! OwlNetwork is a FREE on-line posting system that enables students across all academic disciplines and alumni (mid to senior level) to search for opportunities and apply on-line.This workshop is designed to enhance your networking skills and future jobs and internships. This event is hosted by the University Career Center.

2013 AIA Philly Young Architect Award Winners: Different Paths to the Future

Thursday, March 27th, 6-7pm, Architecture Building Room 104


Join Brian Szymanik and Denise E. Thompson as the two recipients describe their unique career paths since graduating Temple University and discuss their plans for the future. Brian Szymanik is an architect and educator based in Philadelphia. He is a founding principle of MAKE., a multi-focused design studio based in Philadelphia. Denise graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, winning the AIA Henry Adams Certificate of Merit, awarded to the second- ranking graduate of the class and the Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal for Leadership.

Owl Workshops

Thursday, March 27th 2014 at 1-2pm

Howard Gittis Student Center Room 223 and 220

Participate in student-led workshops designed to enhance your leadership skills. Each session runs for 30-45 minutes. Select one topic from the listing below:


Fight for your Rights- Self Advocacy in the Workplace:
Make your voice heard and obtain your rights in the workplace.



Body Language for Career Success: Learn how to utilize and understand non-verbal communication in the workplace.


Participatory Decision Making: Learn how to help individuals and groups make effective decisions.

Owl Workshops

Thursday, March 27th 2014 at 4-5pm

Morgan Hall Room 253 and 254

Participate in student-led workshops designed to enhance your leadership skills. Each session runs for 30-45 minutes. Select one topic from the listing below:


What the Highlight! Studying Tips and Techniques: Learn some new and helpful ways to study and complete homework.


Professionalism- Your Way to Workplace Success: Learn the keys to being professional in the workplace.

Owl Workshops

Monday, March 31st, 1-2pm, Student Center Room 223 and 220


Personal Strategic Planning: Learn how to develop a personal vision and then attain that vision through strategic goal planning.


Fake It Till You Make It: Explore how to use non-verbal competence to overcome any situation, even awkward & professional ones.

Diamond Leader Information Sessions

First Session: Tuesday, March 18th from 4-5pm in the Student Center Room 220


Second Session: Wednesday, March 19th from 4-5pm in the Student Center Room 220


Third Session: Thursday, March 20 from 4-5pm in the Student Center Room 220


The Diamond Leaders are a distinguished team of Temple University students who Learn, Grow, and Lead with integrity. They use their talents to empower the Temple and Philadelphia communities through service, peer facilitation, and developmental programming. Diamond Leaders participate in programs tailored to deepen their leadership development education and commit them to lead with integrity. Come out to the information sessions to learn how you can be apart of this unique experience!