How To Go Beyond Communicating and Start Connecting!

Oct 14, 2019 | Executive Coaching Blogs, Life Coaching Blogs, Team Training, Workplace Communication

Using Virtual Meeting Technology At Work 

Working remotely, working from home, working virtually- whatever your company calls it, having employees who work somewhere other than your physical office location (if you even have one!) is a huge workplace trend.

When I asked the Pro Troublemakers about their favorite methods of communication, virtual technology wasn’t among the top choices! Since this is a workplace change that is definitely not going away, it’s time to get comfortable using Zoom, Go To Meetings, Google Hangouts, and other forms of virtual meetings to connect.

Today I’m talking about how to build connection in your workplace when you don’t have physical proximity to force communication. While it does take a little effort, creating connection using new virtual technology does makes for a stronger team in the long run.

Check out the video below for my thoughts!

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