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How to Ruin a Virtual Meeting℠

(Because Common Sense Isn't Always That Common)

Virtual meetings are growing in popularity.  What once seemed like a novel event has evolved into a routine part of many workdays.  While online meetings deliver a host of benefits, they can also involve some challenges. Most of the examples you’ll see can be cured by common sense, however, it doesn’t seem like common sense is all that common these days.  How to Ruin a Virtual Meeting is an awareness-building series which takes a humorous look at some common virtual meeting faux pas.  Request a demo code today!

Heres what the 12 Modules Cover:

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Fresh From The Market

We all get hungry – but eating during an online meeting should be avoided at all costs

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It Might Get Loud

Loud and distracting noises in the background can quickly derail an online meeting

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Presentation Probs

Virtual meetings require prep time to ensure your appearance, camera and audio are all operating properly.

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Awwwkward.....

If you’re running an online meeting, don’t leave your fellow attendees hanging!  Punctuality is critically important to a virtual meeting.

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Too Much vs Not Enough

Finding the right level of participation can be a challenge during virtual meetings.

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Monkeying Around

Fun backgrounds are all the rage….but not during a virtual work meeting.

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It’s My Party

Attempting to multitask is a surefire way to interrupt a virtual meeting.

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Good Morning Sunshine

Make it a priority to be on time and dressed appropriately for all virtual meetings.

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Making Moves

Taking phone calls during a virtual meeting is distracting, discourteous and annoying to other participants

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Peekaboo

Repeatedly turning your camera on and off will quickly annoy and distract other attendees.

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Vacation On My Mind

Mindfulness and being in the moment are important to a successful online meeting.

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Wait, You Heard That?

Assume you’re still connected to the meeting until you are 100% certain you’re no longer connected.