Different online meetings pursue different purposes. Your audience may be just a few people, but it may consist of hundreds of people. Some online presentations imply only the speaker’s speech, while others may also involve the audience in collective work on the project.
With the advent of increasingly virtual workspaces, it’s becoming increasingly important to take advantage of them. Team leaders need to know how to establish productive communication with remote colleagues.
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Are you thinking about the best online method to communicate with your clients, colleagues or partners?
If you are still on the fence, this article will help you understand the differences between various modes of online communication: online meetings, video conferences, web conferences, webinars and masterclasses.
Webinars are no longer a buzzword for the select social media connoisseurs, but rather a must have for every respectable business or brand. With affordable webinar platforms on the rise, anyone can become a presenter from the comfort of their home or office. But does that mean you should forever discard offline live events as a relic of the past?
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