On Zoom, or any virtual platform, it is hard to be creative because you are paying too much visual attention to the faces on the screen. But virtual platforms are superior to in-person meetings for other kinds of meetings.
Have you ever walked into a room to get something, and then you can’t remember what in the world you needed? Good news – it’s not just you. We’ve all been there.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past couple of weeks, you’re aware of the impact one small fly had on the nationally televised U.S. Vice Presidential debate. I don’t want to focus on politics or the candidates, but I would like to share with you how this could help you have more influence when you participate in virtual meetings, whether on Zoom or other platforms.
COVID-19 has changed the way many of us work. People, who never worked virtually, have now become accustomed to it. Some companies are trying to blend the two approaches by alternating when staffers work at home and when they come to the office. Will that become the new normal?