While face to face meetings are probably still the most effective way for a lot of people to get something done, conference calls remain a necessary and important part of doing business. With employees and workforces continuing to spread further and further apart, conference calls are often the only way that necessary participants can all come together for a meeting.
Conference calls are usually quick, effective, and take less time to setup than physical meetings. Plus, they are easier to schedule than in-person meetings, thanks to the fact that no one has to travel to a central location in order to participate. Whether you need to host a brainstorming session, solve a vexing problem, or make an important decision, conference calls are the perfect solution to bringing the right people together.
So, how do you host an effective and productive conference call? In this post we’ll cover some of the most fundamental conference call tips for leading productive calls. Whether you’re leading your first meeting, or just want to push your business to have more effective calls, these tips will help you get the most out of every single conference call.Read mor
Setting up conference calls can seem daunting. But with this helpful guide, we’ll help you figure out how to set up the perfect conference call in no time.
Let’s be real. Conference calls can be divisive. Everyone in your office probably has an opinion about how to set up a conference call correctly, and most likely, they are jaded about it. But don’t worry about bad attitudes! We’ll walk through step-by-step how to set up an effective conference call that is also time-saving!Read More
Conference calls can be intimidating. Especially if there are a lot of people on the call, you’re trying impress a potential client, or there are language barriers between international participants of the call.
The best way to ensure that you and your company come across in a positive light during a conference call is by following simple conference call etiquette.
If you’ve ever been on a phone conference before, you’re likely aware that there’s an unspoken code of behavior that is very different from regular calls. The introduction of additional callers plus the potential complications from adding phone conferencing technology into the mix can make things complicated.
If you haven’t done a conference call, however, then you might not know about the commonly agreed upon set of rules that accompany them. And it’s not your fault! These guidelines aren’t formally taught in any school, even though everyone seems to know them. Here are a few tips to make sure your conference calls go off without a hitch.Read More