There’s no denying that virtual meetings have become a workplace norm. Several factors fueling that growth include access, price and need.
The demand for virtual meetings increased as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic closed offices, introduced social distancing and halted business travel. As the COVID-19 threat shifts and offices reopen, virtual meetings will continue to be a viable way to conduct business with employees, customers and other stakeholders.
Virtual meetings require more planning than in-person meetings to be effective. Here we explore the common challenges and best practices to help meeting leaders drive