In How to own the room in your next Zoom meeting (Fast Company, 12 Apr 2021) Stephanie Vozza explains
“When you’re making a presentation or conducting a meeting in a conference room, it’s easy to tell when people are engaged and when they check out. If you’re open to them, body language clues can help you know when to change your delivery or ask for questions. When you’re in a Zoom room, however, much of the context is missing.”
In this article she shows how you can still connect with people and read the room, by overcoming the shortcomings of the technology and resort to some best practices.
How are you ensuring that you connect with people in your virtual meetings or virtual training? What best practices are you adopting?
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