How to Make Virtual Meetings More Inclusive

How to Make Virtual Meetings More Inclusive

Virtual meetings are a vital part of our modern remote work culture. Meeting over Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet can help bring remote coworkers together in a face-to-face environment and create bonds that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. That said, virtual meetings come with their own unique issues – and can exacerbate existing difficulties for running a productive meeting.

They also present challenges for anyone with different needs or who normally deals with barriers to participation. It’s important for business leaders to mitigate the difficulties posed by these technologies to create an inclusive environment. Below are eight virtual meeting best practices to improve inclusivity.

1: Normalize the Use of Pronouns

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