Video Conferencing Etiquette
Why are more and more businesses investing in video conferencing? The benefits of video conferencing are well known, and include: increased productivity; decreased travel time and costs; improved collaboration and better decision making; the ability to connect mobile workers and expand the remote workforce; the creation of a humanized experience that rivals that of a face-to- face meeting; the ability to show, not just tell; and virtual training and learning capabilities.
So, What’s the Problem?
While video conferencing has conquered the barriers of diverse locations and different time zones, there are a few details that can be annoying and distracting from the topic at hand.
Common complaints include the following: poor audio and/or video quality; interruptions by co-workers who don’t realize that a video conference is taking place; background noises coming from the presenter or his or her office; a poor camera angle; and bad lighting.
What does all this mean? This means that it’s time to establish — and follow — the rules of video conferencing etiquette.
Are There Really Rules for Video Conferencing?
Yes! The information below shows several tips and guidelines designed to optimize the video conferencing experience. It compiles the basic rules for video conferencing etiquette into an easy-to- read, informative infographic. Following these rules can lead to a more focused meeting, better communication; and a productive, successful experience for all participants.
Video Conferencing Etiquette created by MicroTek