11 results for tag: Zoom


It is Time to Invest in Your Home Office

Here's how to design a better work environment and Zoom background. Talia recently received a promotion that requires her to interact with clients over video calls much more than previously. Feeling that the white wall behind her desk chair doesn’t ...
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Are We Talking too Much in Video Interviews?

Prolix is a great word. It's one of those words that you never hear used, and yet it is so apt in so many circumstances in higher education. It means using too many words to tedious effect. In my work as an executive search consultant, I encounter the ...
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Hacks for Women to Stand Out on Zoom

When I present seminars on leadership presence, I ask my audiences: "What is the first thing you think of when you hear the term self-promotion?" Men often respond with answers like: "Self-promotion is smart," and "Staying visible is crucial to success."...
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Work-From-Home Burnout and Zoom Fatigue is a Lot More Complex Than You Think

Have you or your employees been feeling work-from-home burnout and Zoom fatigue these past months despite the supposed convenience of working from home and using videoconferences to meet? Unfortunately, the vast majority of efforts to address WFH burnout ...
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When You Get Fired Over Zoom

When Timothy ended the videoconference with his boss, he was reeling. He'd just been laid off. Questions whizzed through his head: What should he do now? Should he tell anyone? How soon was too soon to call his boss back and ask for more information? As of ...
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6 More Reasons to Lead a Zoom Webinar

There are no shortage of webinars and online meetings out there. You can do a search right now and find webinars, especially a Zoom webinar, on almost any given topic. That said, I find it surprising that more financial advisors, brokers, agents, reps, ...
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Customer Care During Tumultuous Times

Over the weekend, my wife and I talked about just how much has changed in a year. As the kids are now back at school and she's teaching full time, summer is over. We did some reminiscing. Last summer, we were in California on two separate occasions. She ...
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How to Successfully Manage a 100% Remote Workforce

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a surge in remote work. According to the leading analytics and advisory company Gallup, remote workdays in 2020 have more than doubled since last year in the US. And, one in every four American workers is now working ...
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How to Prepare Your Business for the Post-Pandemic World

My wife and I are heading out tonight to celebrate our 15-year-anniversary. Time flies. It’s been a great 15 years, and the last nine years with our children have been incredible. I’m looking forward to getting away, even just for the night, and ...
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Popular Remote Work Tips vs. Reality: What Our Team Discovered in 6 Months of Remote Work

Remote work –the dream for many an employee and the nightmare for many a manager in pre-COVID times. But then came the pandemic and changed everyone’s mind. Over the past six months, our own team at MightyCall, a SaaS telecommunications company, has ...
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Zesting Up Your Zoom

By now, chances are you’ve had at least one of those Zoom calls: the one where your colleague tried to use a virtual background, only to have his face muddled in green each time he fidgeted and messed up the green screen. Or the call where your colleague...
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