Looking for an EXPERIENCE, not just an event?
Strategic HR New England enters year four to great critical acclaim. Engage with a senior-level, strategic-thinking audience in every aspect of the conference. Discover programming that encourages you to think big. Share HR lessons you've learned along the way. And take in the spectacular, historic Mount Washington Hotel.
→ BIG IDEA Sunday! Hear the nation's HR thought leaders.
→ STRATEGIC Monday! Lessons and discussions in dynamic HR leadership, the world of business and finance, and HR creativity.
→ BRING IT HOME Tuesday! Tools, resources, applications, and takeaways.
PHRs and SPHRs: HRCI has approved the conference for 15 HR (general) credits and 10.5 BUSINESS credits.* SHRM-CPs and SHRM-SCPs: 15 PDCs are available.**
* The use of the HRCI seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the activity. It means that this activity has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit. **Strategic HR US is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
*8/3/15 Update: 261 HR Leaders Already Registered
Take a look at the retreat details and then select the Registration option from the drop-down Strategic HR New England menu above to secure your seat at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel this fall!
BUDGET INFORMATION: Retreat registration is $975/person. Register by June 1 to take advantage of the $875 early-bird rate! If you are a member of one of the six New England State SHRM Boards, you receive a special rate of $825. Registration includes three days of education, supporting session e-materials, a retreat mobile APP, sumptuous meals, receptions, and entertainment. Overnight accommodations at Omni Mount Washington are $189/night + tax and resort fees.
So...if you’re ready to roll up your sleeves, we’re ready to roll out the red carpet for you. Look at the business case for attending. Check out the best keynotes from across the country. And take a look at the business partners who help make all this possible.
Keynotes from Across the Country
Here are some of the HR Trend Leaders joining the 2015 program faculty at the historic Mount Washington Hotel:
♦ Anne Roosevelt, CEO of Goodwill Industries NNE from Portland, Maine.
♦ Chris Farrell, Economics Editor for American Public Media's Marketplace from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
♦ Diana Kander, Author of All In Startup from Columbia, Missouri.
♦ Jarrett Krosoczka, Author of the Lunch Lady series (soon to be a movie!) from Worcester, Massachusetts.
♦ Nancy Lyons, CEO of Clockwork Active Media from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
♦ Louis Efron, Head of Engagement of Tesla Motors from Fremont, California.
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