Best Practice in Running Remote Work Meetings
As COVID-19 continues its spread around the world, more and more companies are asking their employees to stay away from the office. In order for business to run smoothly in companies of all sizes, meetings are necessary to keep employees and managers all on the same page. Remote team meetings can be terrible. They’re the “chores” of the workplace. Whether its technology is crashing or a user not being able to connect, you’ve probably been in a video chat that you considered a total waste of time. On the upside, meetings are helpful for teams to stay connected, brainstorm, improve productivity, and get help with what they’re working on. But only if held properly
Online meetings may be a normal part of a team’s everyday workflow, but how to make them maximally efficient can be a bit of a head-scratcher:
Aims of the Webinar
This virtual training has been organized to:
- Share the best practices on what’s the best virtual meeting tool to use
- How to make sure you cover everything that needs covering before everyone hangs up or disconnects
- Understand how to run effective remote meetings with distributed teams.
- Why getting a clear understanding of how and why remote meetings work, and how to make them work for you, is important.
- Learn an effective guide to holding remote team meetings that aren’t a total waste of time
Topics for discussion
- Choosing the right tools for the job
- Laying the foundation for successful virtual meetings with a virtual water cooler
- Working with conflicting schedules
- Setting an agenda and meeting guidelines
- Etiquette for online meetings
- How to keep engage the audience in a remote meeting
- Make sure everyone knows which ball is in whose court.
- Managing most common challenges working remotely
- How to run effective remote meetings with your teams
- Best practices in running remote work meetings
- Setting up remote team meetings around conflicting schedules
- Set an agenda and agree on remote meeting guidelines
- Keeping remote team members engaged during online meetings