Talent Management

Ground Rules for Video Conferencing

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Use these 6 easy tips to ensure your team is efficient and professional in video conferences.

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COVID-19 has made remote work a must instead of a nice perk, and video conferencing is becoming a necessary way of life for businesses all around the world. While some of your employees may be remote work veterans, a large number may have never worked from home before. In this case, setting up ground rules for video conference calls will be a necessary first step for your business during these turbulent times.

To help out, we’ve done the hard work for you. Here are six of the most important ground rules to keep in mind during your video conferences, presented in a handy checklist you can send out to your team.

checklist showing ground rules for video conferencing

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About the Author

Collin Couey

Collin Couey

Collin Couey is a Senior Content Writer at Capterra, covering medical, education, and customer experience technologies, with a focus on emerging medical trends. Collin has presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication as well as the Pop Culture Association Annual Conference. Collin loves playing disc golf and Dungeons and Dragons in his free time.


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