Justin Constantine to speak at Greenville SHRM Business Leadership Conference

March 17, 2022

Former attorney, retired Marine Corps Lt. Col, and Purple Heart recipient Justin Constantine will bring his inspiring story of leadership during challenging times to the Greenville SHRM Business Leadership Conference scheduled May 3 in Greenville, S.C.

Constantine is a Presidential Scholar who was named a Champion of Change by President Obama and written about in George W. Bush’s book “Portrait of Change”.  He speaks to audiences all over the U.S. regarding the leadership principals detailed in his book “My Battlefield, Your Office.” His message has helped countless senior executives, human resource professionals and people managers become more productive leaders and achieve better results from their workplace teams.

Other conference highlights include an enlightening panel discussion on the most pressing current legal issues facing employers; Trend Talks featuring the latest in people management by subject matter experts; and one-on-one coaching sessions with some of the region’s most authoritative voices on a variety of relevant employment topics. A complete agenda may be found at https://bit.ly/GSHRM_BizLeadAgenda_pr.

“Whether you’re a business owner or manage a team of employees, you will leave this conference far more knowledgeable and confident about how to maneuver through the uncertainties facing employers and managers today,” said Greenville SHRM President Jennifer Floyd.

Registration is open now through April 26, 2022, and cost starts as low as $75. The conference will be held in-person at the Westin Poinsett Hotel and virtually via Zoom. Membership in Greenville SHRM is not required to attend.

To register, visit https://bit.ly/GSHRM_BizLeader_pr.



The Greenville Society for Human Resource Management (GSHRM) is the area’s premier human resource organization. With nearly 500 members, 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 Together4HR.org and on LinkedIn.