Video conferencing has changed the way meetings are conducted. Employees no longer have to travel long distances to attend meetings, saving companies time and money. Additionally, with the advancements in this technology and the proper equipment, sound and image quality of meetings are clear and detailed.
There are numerous video conferencing systems available. Once your company has found a system that will meet your specific needs, there are a few things to keep in mind when using this technology.
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Where you choose to conduct most of your video conferencing meetings is critical to the success of your meetings. You need rooms with proper lighting. Be aware of glares from windows and glass-covered wall coverings such as paintings or photographs. Avoid artificial lighting in a room as it may affect the vividness of the video conference. Also be wary of any room that echoes. Echoes make it difficult for all individuals to hear and understand the content being presenting during the meeting.
If you are a manager and video conferencing is new to your company, your co-workers may benefit from etiquette training. Teach employees how to properly use the microphone. It can pick up mumbles and noises that you may not want individuals to hear. Employees should learn to maintain eye contact with the camera and never shout when speaking. It is also wise to avoid asking “Can you hear me?” every time you begin speaking. If others present at the meeting cannot hear you, they will let you know.
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