As of late, video calls take up a large portion of our day, and they are the closest we can get to in-person team meetings. Seeing as this is unlikely to change any time soon, it’s important to acknowledge some issues that can come with video conferencing, and equip ourselves with the tools to mitigate those challenges. Video calls are likely to exacerbate biases that already existed in meetings, and present new areas where bias can come up.
This short and sweet tip sheet will provide you with some simple practices you can employee to ensure that everyone gets heard in video meetings. Fight bias, improve workplace culture, and cultivate team building in all areas of your organization.
For some more information on video call bias and some helpful videos, check out our blog post How to Facilitate Inclusive Video Calls.