Burnout has long been an issue amongst high-performers – especially those working remotely. But the standard advice for resolving burnout often runs counter to what’s permissible in the COVID-19 era. Today, many of the old rules don’t apply. Depending on geographic location it may not be possible to take a break outside of the home or to spend social time in person with friends or colleagues.
When social distancing is the norm and travel is out of the question,
As a result of the COVID-19, many teams were forced to rapidly transition to remote work. This presented a colossal and unprecedented challenge for businesses. While your team may have quickly patched together the resources needed to keep operations afloat for the immediate future, the business implications of the crisis are likely to be felt for months and years to come. This means organizations must work towards establishing robust – rather than piecemeal – remote work systems in order to maintain productivity,
A lot has changed since the initial publication of this article in April 2019. As many employees rapidly made the transition to full-time remote workers due to the coronavirus outbreak, video conferencing etiquette has become even more important to understand and execute. While much of the original advice still applies today, more tips have been added to help make your online meetings as effective, productive, and professional as possible in today’s rapidly evolving environment.
Manners Make Your Online Meeting More Productive
Virtual meetings are an invaluable tool for connecting with everyone from prospects and clients to coworkers and remote team members.
As a seasoned sales professional you may be used to working on the road, out of the office, and meeting in person with potential prospects and clients. Yet, in today’s current work-from-home environment, you’ll have to pivot to connecting with your sales opportunities remotely. The skills you use for giving a persuasive up close and personal sales presentation may not necessarily translate to an online medium. But with these key tips, you’ll be able to create a great sales experience for your prospects –
If you’re a “solopreneur” or the leader of a small team or business, hiring your first marketer can feel overwhelming. Adding any new member to your team takes a lot of consideration, but hiring a marketer who can bring new ideas, execute strategy and show results is a big ask.
Marketing is so much more than promoting a product to consumers. It entails research, audience analysis, and knowledge of numerous advertising channels both online and offline.
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Mobile Conferencing with Full Meeting Features
Cut the cord and the hassle of meetings on the go. The Vast Conference video conferencing app provides an easy-to-use,
Remote work is a trend that continues to gain popularity. Today, more companies are turning to video interviews to connect with candidates. Online interviewing introduces a different dynamic to the hiring process. One that can quickly turn uncomfortable if you aren’t prepared to engage in this way.
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Having video conference interview scripts at the ready can minimize awkward pauses and enable you to help candidates feel more comfortable,
Buyer journeys grow more complex and less linear every day. As the number of channels through which brands can connect with prospects grows, companies and individual salespeople must adopt an omnichannel approach that meets them where they are.
The need to engage on multiple fronts extends to the world of social media, where it’s increasingly important to maintain an active and engaging presence. That’s because, according to Accenture’s recent On the Verge report,