Greenville SHRM Conference to focus on navigating workplace change

January 26, 2023

The only constant in today’s workplace is change. To help human resource professionals and other business leaders navigate constant shifts within their organization, the Greenville chapter of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) will host a conference dedicated to mastering the art of change management.

Held April 26 and 27 at the Greenville Convention Center, the GSHRM 2023 HR & Leadership Conference will feature dozens of remarkable experts offering guidance and best practices for managing today’s most pressing HR and employer challenges.

Confirmed keynote speakers are:

  • Denice Biocca, Chief Human Resource Officer, GE Gas Power
  • Roger Grannis, author of “The Yellow Cake Principle” and renowned for training leaders in the art of communicating for results
  • Employment Law Panel Discussion – a panel of employment law experts will discuss the most universally challenging legal issues impacting employers
  • Chad Ayers, Proactive Response Group – active shooter training (pre-conference session)

The GSHRM HR & Leadership Conference is recommended for anyone responsible for leading and managing people in the workplace. This includes C-Suite executives, human resource professionals, mid-level managers, team leaders, consultants, and more.

Breakout presentation submissions are currently being accepted. Visit for speaker guidelines and online submission instructions.

Cost of the full conference is $249 for all SHRM local S.C. chapter members until February 28 and $299 for those who are not members of a local S.C. SHRM chapter. After Feb. 28, registration fees for everyone will be $299.  Registration is now available at  A half-day strategic pre-conference session is also open for registration.

Contact [email protected] for information about conference sponsorships, exhibiting, and group attendee pricing.



The Greenville Society for Human Resource Management (GSHRM) is the area’s premier human resource organization. Over 400 members, the chapter provides a forum for leadership and learning discussions that impact Greenville’s business environment. The work of GSHRM helps attract and retain world-class companies and talent in the Upstate community. GSHRM provides tremendous value to human resource and business professionals through educational opportunities, networking with community leaders and peers, and developing meaningful relationships that aid in professional and personal growth. Learn more at and on LinkedIn.