How to Lead Effectively and Inspire During Virtual Meetings
Business and education leaders must seamlessly host a wide variety of digital forums without leaving anyone behind.
There's a viral pandemic. Symptoms include fatigue, tired eyes and a sense of isolation. The spread is rapid, and few have been left untouched.
This is, of course, the pandemic of poorly run remote meetings and video conferences. (Did I say viral? I meant virtual). Today, nearly 80 percent of businesses use video calling technology during meetings. And 86 percent of all organizations have conducted online interviews during the pandemic.
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