Better together: Video conferencing meetings, before and after
Whether you dread them or delight in them, meetings are a part of everyday work life. And while unproductive ones can be seen, at the least, as an annoyance, the cost of meetings like this can be astronomical; as in costing companies more than $37 billion annually.
Technology can be the great differentiator between dynamic and mutually rewarding meeting experiences and unfruitful gatherings where ideas become stuck and conversation stalls. Do you know what tech your meetings are missing that could be slowing down progress? Take a look below and see how Webex video conferencing tools can help fill in missing meeting pieces.
The “Gather ‘Round the Conference Call” Meeting
Meeting attendees hunkered around a conference speakerphone, jockeying for space and hoping their input is heard.
Webex video conferencing that fosters face-to-face connections with remote team members, which in turn, promotes better idea sharing.
An interactive meeting where everyone is seen, feels engaged and has a voice.
The “Can Everyone See This?” Meeting
A meeting attendee, only partially facing their audience, sketching out a potentially ground-breaking idea, as others struggle to see it.
Interactive WebEx “white boarding” that allows teams to share and collaborate in real-time with key visuals.
An engaging visual representation of possibilities, plans and progress discussed during the meeting.
The “We’re Sorry – Your Password is Incorrect.” Meeting
The irritation of remembering (and entering) complicated passwords when trying to join a video meeting or conference call.
The ease and simplicity of connecting to a meeting with the touch of a button.
Remote team members who can join the discussion quickly, no matter where they are, on the device of their choice.
What technology is missing from your meetings that would empower your teams to achieve more? Have a more detailed look – and explore other WebEx tools that lay the foundation for easier and more reliable meetings – with a free WebEx trial.
Jul 16, 2021 — Marte Holt Sannesmoen