Taking the time to practice being on camera and make sure that your technology is working to your best advantage will help you feel confident no matter what type of meeting or presentation you are going into.
- Now that we've gone over how to create … professional presence on your next video conference, … let's review some of these points … and consider this your practice run. … One, your on-camera wardrobe is ready, … and your environment is cleared of all distracting elements. … Two, you have taken the time … to check your internet connection, … test your audio setup, … and position your camera to ensure you look your best. … Three, you have closed out any extra software … running on your computer, … and your phone is on silent. … Four, you checked everything … by having a friend or a colleague … call into the meeting to make sure … your audience will see and hear … only what you want them to. … Now with all these prepared, … you're now ready to focus on making you … and your presentation the star of the show. … Again, taking the time to run through all these steps … will ensure you make the best impression … in all of your future meetings. … …
- Recall the characteristics of an effective PowerPoint used during a video conference call.
- Explain why you might look at the screen, rather than the camera lens, during a video conference call.
- Recognize the best strategy for positioning a laptop and its camera for the most flattering and engaging look.
- Tell why a salesperson might use a pull-down backdrop screen during video conferencing.
- Summarize the leadership skill used to make sure all attendees are on the same page after a video conference.