Human Resources

Human Resources

Employee Information

Training and Development

Human Resources encourages College employees to take advantage of one or two-day community seminars designed to develop basic personal, professional, managerial, supervisory and technical skills.  For additional information regarding the programs as well as the registration process, contact Human Resources, x4302.

Many of the seminars listed below, as well as others, are also available as Audio and Web Conferences. This allows employees to participate in an information-packed session from your own office alone or with a group. Conferences usually last about 90 minutes. Please contact Human Resources, x4302 for a listing of conferences and registration information.

Listen while you drive to and from work!

In addition, Human Resources has two Audio Conferences on CD available for loan: 
"Never be Blindsided Again: Creating a Culture Where People Speak Up"  (Progressive Business Conferences, 1 hour);  "Essential Time Management Techniques for Administrative Professionals" (Rockhurst Web Conference Series, 1 hour). Please contact Human Resources, ext. 4302, if you would like to borrow these programs.

ITS Training On Campus

Personal and Professional Development

How to Become a Great Communicator
March 21, Albany
March 22, Syracuse

The Women's Conference
May 25, Syracuse
May 26, Albany

How to Communicate with Tact & Professionalism
April 27-28, Albany

How to Deliver Exceptional Customer Service
April 8, Albany

Managing Emotions Under Pressure
March 14, Albany

Developing Emotional Intelligence
January 28, Syracuse
January 29, Albany

The Exceptional Assistant
March 17, Syracuse
March 18, Albany

Management and Supervisory Skills:

Basic Supervision
February 25, Syracuse
February 26, Albany

Making the Transition from Staff to Supervisor
April 18, Albany
April 20, Syracuse

Management & Leadership Skills for Managers & Supervisors
May 5-6,  Albany

Project Management Workshop
May 3, Albany
May 4, Syracuse

Leadership, Team-Building and Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors
March 1, Syracuse
March 29, Utica
March 30, Albany