An EXPERIENCE, not just an event
SAVE THE DATE: October 28-30, 2018
Why Senior HR Leaders are Flocking to Mt. Washington…
Strategic HR at Mt. Washington enters year seven to great critical acclaim. Engage with a senior-level, strategic-thinking audience in every aspect of the Retreat. Share time with a faculty that has time to share with you – a cup of coffee by the fireplace or over great dinner conversation. 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! Provocative topics from distinctive sources.
→ STRATEGIC Monday! Planning for dynamic HR leadership, the world of business and finance, and creative inspiration.
→ BRING IT HOME Tuesday! Tools, resources, applications, and takeaways.
ATTENDEE REGISTRATION FEE: $1,200
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEE: $1,025 before June 1, 2018
SHRM State Council Leader and Local Chapter Board Discount: If you are a member of one of the six New England State SHRM Councils, you receive a special rate of $975.
Offsite Rate: Attendees staying at an offsite property receive a discounted rate of $950. Visit the accommodations page to view defined onsite options and recommended offsite options.
Attendees qualifying for either discount, please contact info@StrategicHRus.com to obtain discount code you’ll need when registering.
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