Creating inclusive workplaces that support the mental well-being of employees remains a top priority for today’s leading organizations. To help HR professionals and business leaders accomplish this, HRCI will host its popular Alchemizing summit later this month, offering attendees an in-depth look at the latest strategies and best practices to nurture inclusive and mentally healthy workplaces for all.
Kicking off the event on March 28 will be Olivia C. Brown, CPA, co-founder and CEO of Heritage Consulting By B+R. Drawing on her impressive background including more than 30 years of luxury hospitality leadership experience, Brown will share her career journey and personal experience with inclusion within the work environments she has served.
On March 29, Dr. Beth Kaplan, Belonging Researcher and Storyteller at Rebel Research Group and visiting lecturer at Georgetown University, will use her research, stories and examples to explore the interactive nature of belonging in the workplace.
On the final day, March 30, April Simpkins, PHR, CHRO at Questco Companies, ambassador for NAMI and mother of the late Cheslie Kryst, who was crowned Miss USA in 2019 and served as a correspondent on Extra before her passing, will provide actionable steps on reviewing leave policies and how to prioritize employee mental health.
Expected to unite more than 25,000 HR professionals, “Alchemizing: An HRCI Summit” is approved for recertification credits towards any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®, for attending all three sessions. To join us for three days of inspiration, education and connection, visit https://www.hrci.org/training-and-development/alchemizing-an-hrci-summit to register.