It’s no surprise that we’re spending an increasing amount of time on video. The phrase “Zoom fatigue” has become part of our everyday vocabulary, and we’re seeing an increasing number of companies opting for a remote or hybrid model — making video a main form of communication.
That means video is one of the most important skills you need to learn, and one of the biggest opportunities for you to stand out and get your ideas heard.
But presenting on video can be overwhelming, uncomfortable, and nerve-wracking. We’re experiencing Zoom fatigue and burnout. And many workers are still attempting to re-create the in-person presentation experience into a virtual one when it’s not an apples-to-apples switch.
The good news? With a few simple tips, you can ensure that you stand out among the sea of video calls, whether you’re leading a team meeting, hosting a webinar, or presenting on the big (virtual) stage.
Working from home isn’t going anywhere—and neither are meetings. There’s always going to be a need for teams to gather in one room. But now that some employees are joining those rooms virtually, it’s time to rethink the status quo as more meetings with less impact continue to get added to our calendars, leading to things like Zoom fatigue and burnout. Join Lorraine Lee as she shares strategies for making your virtual and hybrid meetings more engaging, collaborative, and productive.
Lorraine received a speaker rating of 4.92/5 and 100% said they learned something new (2022)
LinkedIn is much more than a job search site. But with more than 875 million members and a growing pool of new features, it can be difficult to know where to start and how to stand out. These days, your online brand is just as important — if not more so — to help others know who you are.
If you want to build your brand, attract recruiters, grow your career, and find opportunities you never expected, it’s time to learn how to take advantage of all LinkedIn has to offer.
When getting on a video call with partners, teammates, or clients, first impressions matter. But with less physical space to make an impression and more factors to consider, like tech malfunctions and Zoom fatigue, standing out online can feel more difficult and overwhelming than it does in person.
BONUS: Follow along with your TEA Method checklist to make sure you’re set up for success