We all know the perception of webinars: dry and about twenty minutes too long. Now it’s your turn to host. Will you be dynamic and engaging or dull and lifeless? Is it possible to break through the awkward tech barriers to create a space where participants are truly engaged?
In our line of work at Realized Worth we hold a lot of online meetings. Webinars, webcasts and conference calls – our team holds about 20-30 meetings a week in the virtual environment. We use all the tools: Skype for Business, Google Hangouts, GoToMeeting, Webex, Adobe Connect, UberConference, and more.
The one thing they all have in common? Human beings struggle in this environment. I mean face-to-face communication between humans is already fraught with potential misunderstanding. Bring sketch wifi, zero visibility, and bad audio into the mix and it’s a wonder anyone knows what anyone means via virtual meetings. Alas, this is the future so we have to adjust and figure this out.
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