Remote Presenting: Commit to Connection

Last week, I shared what not to do on a video conference. Here’s some tips on what TO DO to ensure a great experience, every time.

For most of us, the challenge with video calls is treating them like in-person meetings. It’s important to remind the audience that they matter and how we come across is the tell of that.

Do we think about how we come across in a one-on-one conversation or in-person meeting? The answer is, we do. So we should also think about how we come across in video calls—especially with them becoming a more frequent part of our daily lives.

Virtual Meetings, Naturally

How do you communicate effectively when you’re connecting via Skype, Google Hangout or a GoToMeeting video conference? I participate in at least 10 meetings every month from behind my computer screen, and I have great news: There is a magic key – a golden ticket, if you will – to … Continue reading

Video Blog: Toyota video conference to rally workers

As many of you have seen, Toyota put on a large-scale video conference with 7,000 employees this morning. This is a great example of using video communication to connect in a business setting. Here’s a video blog about the critical nature of connecting in business, exemplified by this morning’s Toyota … Continue reading