HR Policy Association

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HRPA's CHRO Summit

Creating the Future of HR: Harnessing AI, Empowering 
Employees, and Thriving Amid External Pressures


Detailed Agenda

On this page you'll find important conference information and materials. Access presentations, pre-reads, survey results, additional resources, and other conference tools.


Artificial Intelligence – The Promise & Peril for HR

CHRO Principles: Responsible Use of AI in Organizations

The Brilliant Math Coach Teaching America’s Kids to Outsmart AI, The Wall Street Journal

AI Is Taking On New Work. But Change Will Be Hard—and Expensive, The Wall Street Journal

Po-Shen Loh's Public Talks (on ChatGPT's impact on math, jobs, and education)


AI Concurrent Session Panelist Contact Information (HRPA login required)

SESSION II: Good AI Governance, Ethics, and Legal Compliance

Artificial Intelligence Tools and Labor & Employment Risks (a resource produced by HRPA & Littler) (HRPA login required)

SESSION III: Reinventing Human Centric Work with the Innovative Force of AI

Work, Workforce, Workers: Reinvented in the Age of Generative AI, Accenture

Now Decides Next: Insights from the Leading Edge of Generative AI Adoption, Deloitte’s State of Generative AI in the Enterprise Q1 Report

CHRO Leadership & Resilience with Dr. Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery Presentation (HRPA login required)

Dalai Lama: Behind Our Anxiety, the Fear of Being Unneeded, The New York Times (subscription required)

Stop Basing Your Self-Worth on Other People’s Opinions, Harvard Business Review, Michael Gervais

A Welcome Note from Dr. Michael Gervais


BREAKOUT I: Is There a Global Resurgence in Union Power and Influence? 

2024 Washington Policy Update: Insights for HR Leaders in a Pro-Labor Policy Landscape (HRPA login required)

The Global Socio-Political Environment with Dr. Timothy Naftali

Dr. Naftali's Slide Presentation (HRPA login required)

Additional Resources

Read the Guide

Membership & Benefits

HR Policy Association is the premier global organization for Chief Human Resource Officers and their teams. We empower our members to grow and excel in their roles, providing a lifeline of information and targeted support. HR Policy provides comprehensive resources for Chief Human Resource Officers and their teams including peer networking opportunities, best practice guidance, expert public policy advocacy, and much more.
HRPA's Center On Executive Compensation provides deep expertise and advocacy on the top executive compensation and corporate governance public policy and practice issues facing Chief Human Resource Officers and their teams. Full access to the Center’s advocacy and educational resources is available company-wide through this premium membership exclusively available to HRPA members.
Stay on top of developing trends in HR and labor law in key international markets with HR Policy Global. HRPA's Global premium membership is the only transnational network of global employers focused on International Labor and employee relations, HR responsibilities, and evolving issues. This premium membership is available to HR Policy Association members. The benefits are company-wide.

For more information or questions on Membership & Benefits, contact Christen Supplee, Director of Membership Engagement, at [email protected].

Initiatives & Opportunities

Included with your HR Policy Association Membership are various unique initiatives open to CHROs and their teams. Each initiative has it’s own in-depth analysis for the issue area on which it’s focused and brings opportunity for networking and engagement amongst subject matter experts and peers.

The American Health Policy Institute provides thought leadership and policy advocacy on U.S. health care policy issues impacting large employers. Members participate in the Institute to gain access to informed analyses and insights regarding health care policy and to help shape public policy positions on issues impacting employer-sponsored health care.

For more information and to join, contact Margaret Faso at [email protected].
HR Policy Association members have been at the forefront of changes in HR practices with people and culture a large driver of these changing strategies. The Evolving Workplace Project seeks to provide support to Association members as they navigate the impact of changes in work, the workforce and the workplace.

For more information and to join, contact Margaret Faso at [email protected].
The Council on Inclusion and Diversity provides Chief Human Resource Officers and Senior Diversity Executives the resources and tools needed to develop initiatives to support greater equity of process and representation of Female, Black, Hispanic, Asian, LBGTQ+, and other underrepresented employees in senior management in the near term, and to help build a long-term sustainable diverse talent pipeline and a culture of belonging.

For more information and to join, contact Tim Bartl at [email protected].

HR Policy Association’s advocacy efforts are rooted is its longstanding emphasis on capturing and effectively deploying the employer view in policy debates. The Employment & Labor Group (formerly Future Workplace Policy Council), composed of members from every industry and size represented in the Association, exemplifies this practice, providing insights and guidance to ensure that the Association remains ahead of the curve. With a focus on labor, employment, immigration, and technology policy issues, the Council is composed primarily of senior officials and counsel within HR Policy member companies who are directly responsible for employee/labor relations and/or workplace regulation matters, including CHROs, employment counsel, labor relations vice presidents, and chief privacy officers and their key staff members.

For more information and to join, contact Ross Neely at [email protected]. 
Engage your government relations team with HR Policy Association through our Washington Representatives Program. Government relations professionals are among an elite group of policy influencers in Washington, D.C., sitting at the intersection of practice and policy. Members of the Program receive the latest updates on legislative and regulatory workplace policy efforts, training and talking points to effectively influence workplace policy, policy presentations to inform and engage internal stakeholders, and insights on policy trends. These resources will help to position Washington Representatives as a strategic partner within their companies and provide networking opportunities with a community of likeminded HRPA Member Company peers.

For more information and to join, contact Chatrane Birbal at [email protected].

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

HR Policy Association would like to thank the following partners for their commitment to helping our organization provide senior corporate decision makers with the tools needed to assess the potential impact of the public policy process and build effective HR Strategies. We deeply appreciate your generous support of our 2024 CHRO Summit.