I admit it – I am that Reformed Advocate that we all hate. You know, the reformed smoker who tells you how bad smoking is? The person who never worked out until they did and now want you to change your life? I am that gal who hated to turn on her camera during any […]
You have probably heard that a Producer can help you run your virtual meetings. That is true, but do you know what a Producer is and do you actually need one? When you are hosting a virtual meeting, should you have a Producer, will a co-host do or can you get by on your own?
Wayne Baker, Ph.D. has a great article on the Psychology Today site talking about 10 ways to improve your Virtual Meeting experience. Well worth the read. My favorites are below: Belonging is a fundamental human need. Guideline #1: Video OnEveryone should have video on. Without seeing one another, it’s almost impossible to create meaningful connections. Guideline #2:
As a Duarte facilitator I have had the privilege of presenting workshops on how to develop great presentations for several years now. During these workshops I am frequently asked “How do I make virtual meetings better? How can I grab and hold my attendees attention? How do I get interaction from the attendees?” My answer
The first question in a training class is the most important question of the day. It doesn’t matter what the question is. More importantly, how the trainer responds to the question will set the tone for the entire class – whether that is one hour or several days. Having participants feel comfortable asking the “dumb
Social distancing doesn’t have to mean total isolation. Working from Home doesn’t have to mean being completely alone. We are all social creatures who require a certain level of personal interaction to stay healthy, happy, and with a good outlook on life. Here are 12 small ways to help yourself and others in this time