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HOW TO VIDEO CONFERENCE AT WORK

AND LOOK GOOD DOING IT ;)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Look Your Best. Makeup is everyone's best friend—just make sure to powder any shiny areas of your face. Then make sure your comfortable in your chair. Posture is everything! Lastly, do a little mic check and check yourself out on the screen before you go live.  

 

1. Look Your Best. What does the scenery look like? You don’t want a messy desk or super busy background. It’s best to have a blank wall or very minimalist surroundings so the focus is on you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Beware of Overhead Lights. They are the worst and can make the lighting on your face look really harsh! Try and use your Facetime with northern exposure window light (which is always very flattering).

 

 

2. Beware of Overhead Lights. They are the worst and can make the lighting on your face look really harsh! Try and use your Facetime with northern exposure window light (which is always very flattering).

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Look Behind You: What does the scenery look like? You don’t want a messy desk or super busy background. It’s best to have a blank wall or very minimalist surroundings so the focus is on you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Stay Focused: Try and keep your notes on your desktop, this will allow you to keep your eyes up toward the camera and helps with active listening. Also, don’t check your email or social media while on a call, it will only serve to distract you from the call.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Minimize Distractions: Make your calls in the office or a quiet space. If you have a lot noise and commotion in the background it will be difficult to hear and understand you. Also, best to avoid people walking in while you are on your call. Put up a “on air” sign on your door to warn others that you are on a live video conference.

 

 

3. Look Behind You: What does the scenery look like? You don’t want a messy desk or super busy background. It’s best to have a blank wall or very minimalist surroundings so the focus is on you.

 

4. Stay focused. Try and keep your notes on your desktop, this will allow you to keep your eyes up toward the camera and helps with active listening. Also, don’t check your email or social media while on a call, it will only serve to distract you from the call.

5. Minimize distractions. Make your calls in the office or a quiet space. If you have a lot noise and commotion in the background it will be difficult to hear and understand you. Also, best to avoid people walking in while you are on your call. Put up a “on air” sign on your door to warn others that you are on a live video conference.

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