Getting a project off the ground requires a system of processes and talented individuals to get the work done. In basic terms, it’s no simple feat!
Relying on video conferencing to collaborate with multiple teams and individuals requires organization and efficient project management implementation across various offices, departments and chains of command. Cohesion, communication and centralization are key factors. Whoever you’re dealing with, be that a stakeholder, client or employee, there are many moving parts to take into consideration from conception to delivery. (more…)
Virtual field trips have been around even before the worldwide pause on travel. Keep in mind too that while the idea of a “field trip” sounds like something for middle schoolers, when made virtual, it can be for students and learners of all ages; teens, parents, grandparents, and adults too! Anyone who is learning can benefit from an online excursion.
It’s with the use of video conferencing technology that learners from anywhere in the world can go on a trip from their living room or classroom. Imagine being able to jump inside a volcano or dig deep into the earth to excavate precious gems. This is only the beginning of what’s available to explore. (more…)
The cooperation between people in the process of accomplishing a task is what gets work done effectively. When team collaboration becomes the foundation of any project, it’s truly amazing to see how the results are impacted. Any workplace or online workspace that encourages a collaborative spirit (whether teammates are remote or in the same location) makes for an environment that facilitates success.
Working together to apply collaboration skills and focus on teamwork training enables all members of the department, team or crew to work together powerfully. By removing the silos, the output of work becomes multi-faceted. Distributing the workload amongst resources or establishing how the flow of work will unfold as a collective enables improved teamwork to make things run more smoothly.
Power in numbers is the game. Just like the African proverb says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together,” when we pool our experience and skills in business, collaboration becomes exponentially more powerful.
But what if we want to go fast and far? How do we build a workplace culture that fosters collaborative behavior for effective teamwork that gets things done?
Increasing collaboration between workers and departments starts with team communication that brings people toward the same end goal. When we talk about teamwork it’s more than just dealing with the task at hand, it’s about: (more…)
The use of web conferencing across a variety of industries has propelled the growth and scalability of how work gets done. With a free trial, anyone can try the platform to see how it integrates with your business. From anywhere in the world, teams can connect and collaborate together.
But, what if you could get web conferencing tools for free? What if a communication solution that connects people socially or professionally came with nothing to lose and everything to gain?
For starters, free web conferencing can be part of your communication strategy to enhance the livelihood of any industry. You can reach many participants or only a few with audio/video meetings that empower your message by hosting live meetings, one on ones, group meetings, and large conferences.
When it comes to web conferencing software, there are plenty of options available that offer many communication solutions whether for work or play. To help cut through the clutter, here’s exactly what will come in handy in terms of hardware and software to have an effective web conference.
For starters, you will want to find a web conferencing solution that’s easy to navigate, effective in terms of offerings that are collaborative, and productive, and caters to the unique requirements of your communication needs both professionally and personally.
Globalization is a process driven by international trade between numerous nations and cultures, and the cultural exchange that occurs in this process has had a significant impact on the last few decades of commerce and politics. For example, imagine playing The Beatles’ Abbey Road on your smartphone—you are playing music from 1960s England on a modern device engineered in the United States and manufactured in China! A more mobile professional workforce makes this possible, and part of this mobility comes from globalization, whether we like it or not.
What does this have to say about the way companies hire in the 21st century? Think about the sheer size of the talent pool that can be reached from video interviews, as opposed to companies sticking to their own country or locale. Bringing in talent from around the world offers more interesting ideas, processes, and experiences to companies, making for a more diverse and engaging workplace.
Many companies hire from all over the world through video calling services because they allow for a more natural interviewing experience than simply by email or phone call.
Taking care of a growing small business means your communication has to be delivered smoothly and come through loud and clear. If you’ve got international callers, you’ve got time zones, call quality, and conference call telephone numbers to take into consideration! Plus, you want to be polished and professional while keeping costs low.
So you need conferencing software that opens up the lines of communication to keep customers in the loop, employees connected and clients interested in your offering! Whatever you’re providing, whether that’s reaching out to your community or providing tutorials and webinars for students or workers looking to upgrade their skill set, there’s a solution for you! (more…)
It’s the same routine at the end of every old year and the beginning of the new one. Except for this year, we’ve got a new decade to look forward to! With a fresh start comes resolutions we promise we’ll keep. After all, every one of us has good intentions to live a healthier, stronger, more capable life, but the reality is that it’s harder than it looks! Or is it?
What if video conferencing could actually help you keep your new year’s resolutions longer than a month? According to a survey of over 1,450 Americans, the most popular New Year’s resolutions are: Exercise to get in shape, diet to lose weight, save money, eat healthier in general, adopt a self-care routine and travel. Perfectly normal habits and attitudes towards living a healthy active lifestyle.
When you’re running your own business you know how much heavy lifting goes on behind the scenes. A one-person operation might be scary, but there are so many ways it can go right, granted you put in the time, effort, and resources needed to see your baby take flight!
One way to get the job done is to recognize the power of clear and effective communication by hosting online meetings. As the solopreneur jack (or jill) of all trades that you are and have to be, one aspect of your business that needs care and attention is communications. (more…)
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