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Conference - Part 7 - Effective Workplace Communication: Promoting Success Through a Culture of Trust and Belief - Nicole Belyna, National SHRM
Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST
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Event Details

Date: November 10, 2020

Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Location: Zoom Event




Effective Workplace Communication: Promoting Success Through a Culture of Trust and Belief (1.5 credits)

In an age of economic uncertainty and change, corporate leaders are seeking ways to be more agile and innovative. 

Yet in doing so, they frequently overlook one time-honored component of success—employee trust. That can be a costly mistake in terms of time, money and reputation, experts warn. Trust also enables people to have greater influence on others—which is important not just for leaders but for workers at all levels. 

SHRM and other research studies indicate that effective workplace communication plays a key role in business success.  For HR professionals, the ability to communicate effectively is a critical competency to be able to contribute to that success.  In this session, you will learn the benefits of effective workplace communication, strategies for building a culture of trust and belief, the importance of effective communication as an HR competency, and the skills you need to develop to be a proficient communicator.

After the presentation we will draw names to be entered into the series raffle drawings. Prize winners will be drawn at the conclusion of the series. Follow us on Facebook to find out what prizes you could be entered to win!


About the Speaker


Nicole Belyna, National SHRM

Nicole Belyna, SHRM-SCP is a field services director at SHRM based in Alexandria, VA.  She possesses more than 15 years in human resources, specializing talent management and leadership.  She has worked extensively in the fashion/beauty retail, hospitality, and manufacturing industries.  Immediately prior to joining SHRM, Nicole was the talent strategy leader for a DC-area based manufacturer where she developed and executed the talent acquisition strategy, establishing the company’s reputation as a top workplace and employer of choice.  Additionally, Nicole is an experienced and dedicated volunteer leader, serving most recently as president for the District of Columbia Society for Human Resources (DC SHRM) and as a panelist of the talent acquisition Special Expertise Panel at SHRM.  Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The Sage Colleges in Troy NY and is proud to be a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).






Member Rate = $25
Non-Member = $35
Transitional or Student = $25



Member Cost for Virtual Conference Series: $75
Non-Member cost for Virtual Conference Series: $100
Student/Transitional Cost for Virtual Conference Series: $75




Contact: For more information please contact [email protected]