Diamond Leadership Program

Events, activities, and fun things about TU Leadership.

Good afternoon all!


This week's newsletter is a little bittersweet for our department, as we host our final events of the semester. We hope you enjoyed attending different workshops and conferences. The next newsletter we send out will include information for Spring 2016 events.


Our weekly digest 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.

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This Week's Events

Exploring Leadership Speaker Series

11/17/15 | 11am-12pm | Tuttleman Learning Center Room 101 | 1 leadership hour


Join Campus Philly president Deborah Diamond, Ph.D. as she shares her leadership story.


The Exploring Leadership Speaker Series features area leaders who truly live out the practices of exemplary leadership and offer inspiring leadership insights to our Temple community. Local communications speakers are brought in to discuss a trend, topic, or experience pertaining to communications and leadership. The presentation is approximately 45 minutes, followed by a 10-15 minute Q & A.

Charms for Children

11/17/15 | 10am-4pm | Student Center Atrium


Children with severe or even terminal illnesses need our support! Being stuck in a hospital can get boring and lonely, so let’s brighten their day with charm gifts and “thinking of you” cards! Our goal is to make at least 100 card and bracelet donations to be distributed to kids in critical care pediatrics all over the country, and to collect at least $50 in donations for CHOP.

Workshop: Can You Afford to be a leader?

11/17/15 | 3-4pm |Student Center Room 223 | 1 leadership hour


Bills, tuition, food, venue fees, etc.. These are all expense that we may encounter in our daily lives. Efficiently managing our finances to cover those costs can be intimidating. By attending this workshop you will learn the tools necessary for successfully managing your money. You won't want to miss this!

Army Mission Command: Leaders Developing Leaders

11/18/15 | 3-4pm |Student Center Room 207 | 1 leadership hour


You may already be anywhere from a novice to experienced leader, but how can you improve your leadership skills even more? The Army Mission Command philosophy allows leaders like yourself to develop each other in order to accomplish goals. Join Major Peck as he explains the process and helps you to fine tune your leadership skills.

Creating Community Vision

11/19/15 | 3-4pm| Student Center Room 223 | 1 Leadership hour


Working in groups can be one of the most challenging aspects of being a student here at Temple U. With such a diverse student population, you’re bound to work with others whom you have little to nothing in common with. In this workshop, you will learn the how to build a strong vision that is inclusive of everyone involved!

Leadership Resource of the Week

It's here; that time of the semester you've got 3 group projects, a 10-page paper, and 2 presentations due all in the next three weeks. Pile on lots of holiday cheer, clubs, and a social life and, well, you get burned out. Stopping burn out before it starts is essential to not only your grades, but also your overall health and happiness. Check out the article we've linked on USA Today, to find out 4 ways to avoid burning out. "May the odds forever be in your favor."


Click here for the article.

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Tweet of the Week from @TULeadership

RT @Forbes: This entrepreneur said student debt actually helped to kickstart her career: http://onforb.es/1OzOqHf

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Campus Partner Events

"Religion, Identity, and Social Justice"

A multicultural roundtable discussion with TU faculty and community leaders

Wednesday, 11/18, from 5:30-7pm at 2026 N. Broad Street.


The discussion will be dedicated to addressing the relationships and intersections between religious/spiritual and social justice ideals in contemporary culture from multiple religious and cultural perspectives. Food will be provided.


All programs produced by the student coalition are meant to inspire campus-wide investments in diversity and social justice ideals for all identities and communities, while advancing cultural awareness and building communities across "difference."


College of Science and Technology Satellite Hours

Thursdays; 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. & Fridays; 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in Liacouras Walk, Room 203

Meet with Career Center coaches and outreach specialists to discuss career opportunities in the OwlNetwork, resume and cover letter review, and more related to your CST degree! Click here to view this event in the OwlNetwork.


Career Coach Thursdays for College of Education Students

Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Ritter Hall, Room 278

Meet with Career Center coaches and outreach specialists to discuss career opportunities in the OwlNetwork, review your resume and cover letter, and get the most out of your Education degree.