Video Conferencing Etiquette Tips for Meaningful, Productive Collaborations Working from Home

Video conferencing has become an absolute must-have for companies that are practicing social distancing and combatting the spread of COVID-19 by moving to a remote work environment. Video conferencing is the next best thing when you can’t meet in person physically, because it simulates a face-to-face setting that can improve communications, increase understanding, and promote a sense of unity when teams cannot be together in person.

Because so much of how others perceive you is through nonverbal cues and observations, knowing your video conferencing etiquette can help you ensure you and your teams are communicating effectively and as intended.

Here are some video conferencing etiquette tips you can use to hone your video communications skills and make sure you present your best self on video while you’re working from home during the pandemic.


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