I’m sure your technology provider is excellent in their field of expertise, but what about video? In this mini series we explore the relationship between your conference room users and the provider setting up the system.
We looked at each other in the eye, saw each other’s body language and heard each other perfectly, which prevented any awkward silences.
The goal of video conferencing is to replicate the in-person meeting experience but far too often the technology gets in the way and you feel the disconnect. Watch to what see we mean.
You want the value of seeing your customer on video but they don’t want to turn their camera on. Read on to find out what you can do about it.
All too often not enough attention is given to camera angles in a video conference, and makes something that should feel natural, feel awkward.
If the gaze of cartoon eyes sells cereal, think of what human eye contact in a video conference can do for your business relationships!
Surprise! Eye contact is important in communication. It’s sign of a good listener, builds a connection with people, builds trust, and indicates interest. Here’s how to give everyone a seat at the table!
‘Here’s looking down at you, kid.’
Keeping it simple with poster board and scrap wood!
When video conferencing is expertly implemented, it can be more beneficial for your business and your team than you might realize.