CEO LEAD Workshop/Webcast: "Time Management Is Spiritual"
"Time Management Is Spiritual" | Workshop & Webcast
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 | 4pm-5:30pm EST
CEO LEADership Lab – Greenawalt Student
Development Center, Conference Room D
Creese Student Center, Lower Level
3210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Presented by: Reverend Brian Musser, Baptist Campus Minister,
Office of Spiritual and Religious Life, Drexel University
Sponsored by: Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions
LIVE Virtual Webcast – Tuesday, May 14 at 4pm EST:
Workshop Description: In our quest to use our time purposefully it is important to evaluate our time-management decisions by that which we find most meaningful. For those of us who identify as spiritual and/or religious we derive ultimate meaning from our beliefs. This workshop intends to encourage students to evaluate their time-management decisions through the lens of their religious and/or spiritual beliefs. It also hopes to equip these students with basic tools to help facilitate these spiritually based time-management decisions.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Connect their core beliefs and their time management decisions.
- Think through one specific time management issue through the lens of their core beliefs.
- Develop a specific scheduling/lifestyle change based on the above exercise.
*Spiritual Leadership | CEO LEAD Certificate Specialization Series:
If students attend any three (3) Spiritual Leadership Workshops in addition to six (6) CEO LEAD Workshops throughout the 2012-2013 academic year, students will earn a CEO LEAD Leadership Certificate and a Specialization in Spiritual Leadership. Note: All Specializations and CEO LEAD Leadership Certificates will be distributed at the Annual CEO LEAD Awards & Recognition Reception in Spring 2013. For more info, visit: www.drexel.edu/oca/l/earn_certificate.asp#LCP.
*This CEO LEAD Workshop is open to all students and is part of the "Spiritual Leadership Specialization Series“ - strongly recommended for spiritual and religious student organization officers and leaders.