The (New) Rules of Engaging Virtual Meetings – Tip #2
A Series of Quick Tips for Success: Tip #2
Over the past few months, we’ve been relentless in attending “best practice” webinars, researching tips, strategies, exploring virtual platforms, and testing production methods in the pursuit of elevating the virtual meeting and training environment to unprecedented levels.
To pull of an engaging virtual meeting, there are indeed new rules, and in this series of posts, I’ll share some of our top insights we’ve found to crack the code on designing and running engaging virtual meetings. Today’s primary topic is about learning to stare down the camera
Tip #2: Look at the camera (not your audience)
That’s your Virtual Tip O’ the Day!
About the Author
Michael Thiel is the Executive Vice President and lead Imaginator at automätik, an organization dedicated to “Eradicating boring training from the face of the Earth.” He is a passionate advocate for the development of engaging learners via effective presentation and instructional design. With over a decade of experience with the integration of educational technologies in the corporate learning and events space, Michael has been featured as a lead instructional designer, guest speaker, and Facilitator with some of the largest and most trusted brands in the world, including BMW, Toyota, Volkswagen, Kia, Honda, and the Sub-Zero group (to name a few). You can find more articles from Michael at automatik.com/resources/blog or visit the automätik YouTube channel.