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O.W.L. Workshops

leadership workshops

 

During the Office of Leadership Development's Leadership Week 2014, current Temple University undergraduate students will work in groups of 3-4 to facilitate 30-45 minute workshops for participants in the Student Leadership Challenge. The groups select their leadership topic, listed with times and locations below. There are four total session blocks and 10 total workshops offered. Each block contains 2-3 workshops. Attendees will be able to attend one workshop per session block. Each workshop is worth five Leadership Diamond points.

Select one topic from the listing below:

March 24, 2014 at 1pm - Session #1

Demystifying the Interview Process:  “Ace your job interviews with helpful tips and information.” (Student Center Room 217A)

Debunking Stereotypes:  “Recognizing and dealing with stereotyping behavior in the workplace.” (Student Center Room 217B)

Conflict Coaching:  “Learn how to help yourself and others deal with conflict.”  (Student Center Room 217C)

 

March 27, 2014 at 1pm - Session #2

Fight for Your Rights:  Self Advocacy in the Workplace:  “Make your voice heard and obtain your rights in the workplace (Student Center Room 220 at 1pm)

Body Language for Career Success:  “Learn how to utilize and understand non-verbal communication in the workplace.” (Student Center Room 220 at 1:30pm)

Participatory Decision Making:  “Learn how to help individuals and groups make effective decisions.”  (Student Center Room 223)

 

March 27, 2014 at 4pm - Session #3

What the Highlight!  Studying tips and techniques:  “Learn some new and helpful ways to study and complete homework.” (Morgan Hall Room 253)

Professionalism:  Your key to workplace success:  “Learn the keys to being professional in the workplace.”  (Morgan Hall Room 254)

 

March 31, 2014 at 1pm - Session #4

Personal Strategic Planning:  “Learn how to develop a personal vision and then attain that vision through strategic goal setting” (Student Center Room 220)

Fake it Till You Make It:  “Explore how to use non-verbal competence to overcome any situation, even awkward personal and professional ones.” (Student Center Room 223)