A good remote meeting starts with a good meeting. Have a clear purpose; invite the right people; plan for everyone to participate throughout; start and finish on time. That's not hard... or is it?
Experts recommend a "one remote, all remote" meeting format in preference to "hybrid" meetings. "Hybrid" here means a meeting where many of the people are in one room, and one or two are remote.
Remote meetings are bring-your-own gatherings - every participant brings part of the space with them. Here's how to make sure your environment works for work.
It may feel as if you have no choice when it comes to remote-meeting tools. But it's worth knowing what's out there, and how the positive difference great tools can make to your meetings. Then calculate the cost of failed meetings caused by poor technology, and you never know when a bit of budget might emerge!