“Hey, You’re on Mute:” 7 Best Practices for Video Conferencing

It’s been a full year since Zoom became a tool most knowledge workers use daily.

Despite this, not everyone has upped their skillsets on video conferencing best practices, and if you’re leading a group — in a webinar or virtual instructor-led training (ILT), for example — it can be nerve wracking to know how to present yourself on screen.

This is particularly relevant for trainers because ILT is on the rise. Even before the pandemic — and despite the rise in online training — many companies preferred in-person training sessions. According to research from Brandon Hall Group, 96% of companies provided instructor-led training before 2020, and according to Training Industry, most learners say they prefer training that’s delivered in person.

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