Strategic HR at Mt. Washington

October 24-26, 2021

Strategic HR

October 24-26, 2021








The Retreat for HR Leaders is BACK!

Join us: October 24-26, 2021


A joyous return to Mt. Washington awaits you, where talented HR leaders and those aspiring to leadership will assemble. Witness the valued education and camaraderie you have come to expect from the Strategic HR retreat in a safe and welcoming environment. 

Special thanks to our friends at the participating SHRM state councils and all the attendees, faculty members, and sponsors who have supported this conference over the years. 

  • Review the exciting program direction on the Schedule page. 
  • Register by August 1 to obtain early bird pricing and gain access to the best overnight accommodations at Mt. Washington. 
  • See budget information and our Covid protocols below. 

My team can’t wait to welcome you! As you’ve done throughout Covid, please keep making a positive difference for your employees and employers!  

Bud Bernstein
Curator for Strategic HR at Mt. Washington

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Special thanks to our Program Partner:


2021 Registration Fees

Early Bird Attendee Pass: $1,075 (by August 1)
Regular Attendee Pass: $1,250 (After August 1)

Our UPDATED SAFETY PRIORITY and COVID PROTOCOLS will be posted the week of September 13th. 


We will apply for 2021 recertification credits as follows:

  • SHRM RECERTIFICATION: We are a SHRM preferred provider and will apply for 16 PDC’s towards SHRM CP and SCP recertification.
  • HRCI RECERTIFICATION: We will apply to HRCI for 16 GENERAL credits for PHR and SPHR, and 11 BUSINESS credits towards SPHR recertification.







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