Over the past two years, the purpose and design of the workplace, a term once used to describe the physical location of an organization, has evolved to include an ever-changing and complex mix of technology, places, and people. Throughout this time, philanthropic employers and HR leaders have responded with agility and commitment, often making radical shifts to strategies, infrastructure, and operating models.

As the virtual dust starts to settle, philanthropic workplaces are continuing to evolve. Leaders are trying to figure out how to build culture as they return to the physical office space or commit to a more distributed model, how to nurture and grow diverse talent in a changing workforce, and how to continue to make their organizations’ DEI commitment real.

Join us at the virtual 2022 HR Retreat: Evolving the Philanthropic Workplace, to hear from inspiring HR and culture leaders, engage in robust peer-to-peer learning, and build community through a dynamic exchange of thoughts and ideas.
This year’s retreat will focus on:

  • Building a culture of belonging and care
  • Developing and engaging a shifting workforce
  • Integrating equity through the HR landscape

Whether it’s making your culture both dynamic and inclusive, adapting to a digital transformation, or being intentional about recruiting candidates that have the soft skills to handle the next big disruption, HR leaders in philanthropy often lead the way.

The Council on Foundations is recognized by SHRM to offer through this event Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. This program is also valid for HRCI recertification credits.

The HR Retreat is made possible thanks to our co-host

A special thanks to our sponsors

Colorado Health Foundation

Graystone Consulting

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

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