An EXPERIENCE...not just an event!
PHRs and SPHRs: HRCI pre-approved the 2014 conference for 16.25 hours of
BUSINESS credit (formerly called strategic). The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
THANK YOU to our attendees, business partners, and faculty for making 2014 another stellar year for Strategic HR New England!
2014 Retreat Information:
Strategic HR New England enters year three 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 magic of the historic Mount Washington Hotel.
→ BIG IDEA Sunday! Hear the nation's HR thought leaders.
→ STRATEGIC Monday! Lessons and discussions in dynamic HR leadership, the HR technology universe, the world of business and finance, and HR creativity.
→ BRING IT HOME Tuesday! Tools, resources, applications, and takeaways.
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 keynoters from across the country. And take a look at the business partners who help make all this possible.
2014 BUDGET INFORMATION. Conference registration is $975/person ($875 early-bird rate through June 1). Registration includes three days of education, supporting written materials online, a conference mobile APP, sumptuous meals, receptions, and entertainment. Overnight accommodations at Omni Mount Washington are $199/night.
Keynotes from Around the Country
Here are some of the HR Trend Leaders joining the 2014 program faculty at the historic Mount Washington Hotel.
♦ Margaret Heffernan, Author of Wilfull Blindness, from London, England.
♦ Aaron Dignan, Author of Game Frame, returns from New York City.
♦ Miki Agrawal, Entrepreneur/Creator of WILD and THINX, from New York City.
♦ Jackie Freiberg, Author of Nanovation, from San Diego, California.
♦ David Sturt, Author of Great Work, from Salt Lake City, Utah.
♦ Jason Lauritsen, Author of Social Gravity, from Omaha, Nebraska.
SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
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