With 50% of employees expected to work remotely from next year, mastering remote meetings is fast becoming a critical skill.
As in any meeting, you need to get together to get something done: to make decisions, present ideas, collaborate creatively, teach or guide, meet and greet, debate, argue, celebrate, plan...
A remote meeting is still "a meeting", in which you need to connect, human to human. You're just not all in the same physical space. Instead, you're linked live via technology - phone or the internet.
Here's the problem. Instead of bringing people together as they should, all too often remote meetings end in irritation, misunderstandings and people feeling left out.
In this path, you'll learn how to get your remote meetings working, by paying attention to human factors ahead of the tech.