Avoid Video Conference Call Fails
Video Conferencing Best Practices
We hear the term 'the new normal' passed around a lot, translation: video conferencing culture. We've abandoned the conference room to turn on our webcams and participate in video conferencing instead. These video calls may be familiar for some but the prospect is new for many, so it's important that we get it right. Good video conferencing practices can be a powerful tool for workplace culture-building while we find new ways to be a productive and cohesive team.
In this microlesson, we instruct employees on how and why the persona you project in a video conference affects the outcome of the call. It outlines some common missteps and culture fails that video conferencing can bubble up, and it provides tips on how to effectively communicate your interest and commitment to the video call.
- Learn how and why the persona you project in a video conference matters
- Identify some common missteps on video calls
- Get tips on how to communicate your interest and commitment on a conference call