Remote work and hybrid offices have drastically changed the way we do business — make sure your team doesn’t get left behind. Discover virtual communication tools that help them be productive, learn new skills, feel connected to the team, and collaborate with one another.
Remember to actually meet in your meetings: No more screen sharing that puts your face in the corner during virtual presentations. Instead, create engaging presentations in Prezi Present or data-driven reports in Prezi Design, then bring the content right next to you on screen with Prezi Video.
Bring active participation to any meeting by encouraging your team to express themselves with a GIF reaction, image, or a message on the screen right next to their face during a video call. Use these on-screen responses within Prezi to create more engaging meetings that include the entire team.
When providing your team with company updates, don't just share a spreadsheet or a table with numbers. Use Prezi to tell a story through impactful virtual presentations, comprehensive infographics, interactive dashboards, and immersive videos. Human brains love visual information – use it for your team.
Drive better conversations and hold more productive project syncs, workshops, and team meetings with Prezi’s collaboration features. Create shared projects in Prezi virtual communication tools and enhance teamwork with comments, shared editing, and analytics.
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Virtual communication is a mode of communication that includes the use of technology – audio and video is used to communicate with people who are not physically present in front of us. Although virtual communication started way back with the invention of the telephone, the advent of webcams, video conferencing, and instant communication tools have made virtual communication an indispensable part of the modern workplace.
Virtual communication makes it easy to connect with teams who are far away from each other. Using video conferencing and other virtual communication tools, teams can convey things like nonverbal cues and gestures, and can collaborate just as effectively as they could in person.
Establishing the right set of habits will help you fine-tune your virtual communication skills. On every call with your team, make sure you’re giving the other team members your attention – listen and ask questions, demonstrate respect for their time, and show your appreciation for the information they’re sharing. This goes a long way in building a relationship with your team. Outside of your virtual meetings, be open and clear about your goals and progress. What virtual teams need is open communication so they can easily access findings and research and build off of one another’s work.
To communicate effectively in a virtual setting, your team should have a video conferencing platform that they can use for meetings. This is important because it allows your team to connect face to face, which is much more engaging than phone calls and messaging on their own. Prezi Video is an essential virtual communication tool because it adds another layer of engagement to your video meetings – every team member can show their content right on the screen next to them, making it that much easier for them to stay connected with their team. You should also have a number of asynchronous methods of communication, like email, chat, a shared folder for team documents and projects, and even video recordings of past meetings and presentations.