Being part of a videoconference generally involves being seen and heard from the comfort of your home office. Here are four practical tips to help you appear more professional when you’re on camera. 1. Get comfortable with the software Whether you’re using Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, or any other platform, play around
The guide covers equipment, software and basic lighting tips to improve your videos.
It’s fair to say that the COVID-19 pandemic is causing everyone on the planet to innovate, fast. We are learning along with everyone else, and in the spirit of sharing knowledge we are releasing videos to help with the need we see in our communities. In this video we explain how to change your background
Suddenly having to work from home can be really tough, and test your productivity. We have successfully been working remotely for many years, so we share practical tips and tricks to help you get productive, and fast.
With large swathes of the population now working from home, more and more of us are reliant on video conferencing technologies to connect with teams, virtually meet clients and deliver presentations. In this article, I’ll provide some practical tips to help you look and sound your best. Dress the part I have read of research
If you’re anything like me, you get frustrated seeing information spread far and wide which is simply… false. In this time of instant information distribution and instant notifications, it’s no surprise that untruths “go viral”. Why does fake news spread? Despite our technological progress, we humans are biologically much the same as we were thousands