The etiquette of presenting when hosting an online meeting is a becoming more established and accepted worldwide, and today we present the current standard ‘for presenters’ in an online video meeting – a.k.a “a video conference”.
Video conferencing has quickly become a business standard. And now, new technology has made it easier than ever to connect with partners, clients and employees across the globe. It’s important for businesses to effectively train their employees about presenting within a video conference, as it becomes more widely used throughout the world.
Here is a list of the Top 10 Do’s & Don’ts when presenting / hosting a Video Conference
Be courteous to other participants.
Be punctual and introduce yourself before speaking so that everyone knows who’s talking.
If someone can’t hear you, make sure your microphone is not covered by anything. If you can, adjust the level on your microphone, or have them adjust their volume.
Jewelry should be small and simple. Avoid bracelets, large ear rings, and extra shiny pieces
This is an often missed component. natural Light is best; use whatever light is available. Smaller sets of video lighting can be used depending on what you are doing and where you are.
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