Training and Development
The Office of Human Resources encourages the career development and growth of employees and assists by providing information about on and off campus opportunities. For additional information regarding the listed training opportunities, please contact Human Resources x3276.
On Campus Training and Development:
The following series listed below would be most beneficial for diversity professions, faculty and administrators, supervisors, search committee members and department chairs:
Off Campus Training and Development:
Attendance for off campus opportunities would need to be approved by an employees supervisor and would come from the department's budget.
Toastmasters International - local clubs
Toastmasters help people learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking in a mutually supportive and learning environment.
1) Caring Communicators at Faxton St. Luke's Main Campus
Meeting Times: 2nd and 4th Thursday 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: 2nd Floor Conference Room at St. Luke's Campus
For more information: caringcommunicators.org
iTalk – Toastmasters International at the State Office Building
Location: 1st Floor Conference Room (1A or 1B) , 207 Genesee Street in Utica
For more information: http://www.toastmasters.org/Find-a-Club/01203889-italk
Project Management Workshop (Pryor)
April 3rd, Syracuse
April 20th, Albany
At this seminar, you’ll learn expert techniques for building successful project teams, creating efficient plans and implementing effective tracking measures to ensure your projects come in on deadline and on budget.
The Exceptional Assistant (Pryor)
April 25th, Syracuse
April 26th, Binghamton
April 27th, Albany
After this administrative assistant training, you'll handle the demands of your job with the confidence, judgment and professional acumen of the most experienced, capable assistants.
Developing Emotional Intelligence (Pryor)
April 30th, Albany
If you're looking for a way to improve your relationships across your organization, understand how and why others behave the way they do and achieve greater success in all your job-related endeavors, this seminar is one you don't want to miss.
Leadership & Management Skills for Women (Pryor)
May 9th, Syracuse
This seminar will empower you, inspire you, and boost your confidence as a leader. Through real-world case studies, eye-opening exercises, and spirited discussion, you will learn how to bring out the best in your people, and lead from a position of firmness, fairness, and quiet strength.
Making the Transition from Staff to Supervisor (Pryor)
May 2nd, Albany
May 10th, Syracuse
May 11th, Utica
This new supervisor training was specifically designed to address the needs of anyone who is new to managing others.
Dealing with Difficult People (Pryor)
February 7th, Albany
June 5th, Utica
June 6th, Syracuse
June 14th, Albany
This training gives you concrete techniques for dealing with difficult people in the workplace and at home.
Strategies for the Overwhelmed (Pryor)
June 7th, Syracuse
June 9th, Albany
You'll get more done and be more valuable within your organization. You'll feel less stressed and frazzled. And, best of all, you'll be able to get to the high-priority projects you never seem to have time for.
Managing Multiple Priorities, Projects and Deadlines (Pryor)
July 17th, Syracuse
July 19th, Albany
You'll be able to manage multiple demands and priorities, get more done in less time, keep on top of numerous projects and deadlines, and eliminate pressure and stress from your work day/
Please visit www.pryor.com for pricing and registration
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