I’ve been singing the praises of video for a long time. And the rise of remote work with the COVID-19 pandemic has opened up so many new opportunities to use video. (Check out my LinkedIn Learning course here all about how to set up your remote office for optimal productivity.) 

The biggest change is probably the popularity of Zoom — who among us hasn’t spent countless hours on Zoom since March 2020?!

“Zoom fatigue” is a buzzword we’re seeing everywhere now — and it’s one of the most common issues when it comes to incorporating video into your daily interactions with colleagues and clients. 

Sometimes everyone needs to be live on Zoom — and there are things you can do to make those meetings more productive.

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SXSW is canceled! Expo Natural Products Expo West 2020 is postponed. Adobe Inc.’s Summit is moved to an online event. 

These are just a handful of examples of how the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak is affecting events, meetings and speaking engagements around the world.

Maybe your team is moving to virtual meetings for the first time and you’re looking for ways to do it more effectively.

It’s a different dynamic than being in person of course. 

As humans we thrive off energy and connection. It’s hard to feel these things if you’re not in the same room as someone. 

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