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Videoconferencing: What You Are Doing Wrong


Videoconferencing is being used more and more to boost collaboration between people who are not in the same place physically. An excellent platform to discuss ideas, videoconferencing eliminates the need to travel to meet a person and replaces it with a webcam. However, videoconferencing should be regarded with all the sincerity and revere that is expected in an in-person meeting.

This short video and article by WSJ's Sally French highlights the Six Mistakes You're Making During Videoconferences. These tips include heading off technical difficulties, not typing, and controlling your background. The tips that are in this article can easily be overlooked because of their simplicity and sensibility. However, they can quickly sour your videoconferencing experience if not followed. Please click here to be forwarded to the article.

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