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Leadership Academy

 

    Leadership Academy Application Form

 

    Leadership Academy Recommendation Form

 

The Leadership Academy (LA) is a 6 ½ session professional development program which meets once a month from October 2014 to April 2015 and is offered exclusively to eligible full-time faculty and senior-level administrators recognized as rising Temple University leaders.  Beginning its 9th year, the Leadership Academy continues to demonstrate the University’s commitment to building and sustaining the institution’s leadership capacity by preparing high-potential organizational leaders for new or increasingly complex leadership roles. 

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Full time faculty or administrators at the T-27 level or higher
  • Nomination must be approved by a Dean, Vice President or Budget Unit Head
  • Complete an application and obtain a letter of recommendation

2014-15 Session Dates and Topics*

  10/17/14 Exploring Leadership at Temple University
  11/21/14 Assessing Organizational Culture
  12/12/14 Thinking Strategically
  01/16/15 Leveraging Emotional Intelligence  Part 1 Intrapersonal Skills
  02/20/15 Leveraging Emotional Intelligence  Part 2 Interpersonal Skills
  03/20/15 Project Presentations
  04/17/15

Actualizing Leadership Academy (1/2 day)

 

*Order of topics subject to change, depending on availability of guest presenters/speakers

 

Attendance at all sessions is required. 

 

Program Cost: $650.00 paid by the participants’ schools, colleges or departments

 

School of Medicine Faculty: please send your application to Helen Pearson first at hpearson@temple.edu.

 

Please submit both forms electronically via email to:

Kimberly Sakil, Training Coordinator, HR Learning and Development

kimberly.sakil@temple.edu

 

Leadership Academy Application deadline: September 19, 2014.

Selected participants will be notified by September 26, 2014.

For additional information about Leadership Academy 9,

please contact Eric Brunner @ 7-2215 or eric.brunner@temple.edu

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