Video conference fatigue is very real.
Video chat is helping us stay employed and connected. But what makes it so tiring and how can we reduce ‘Video conference fatigue’? Video chats mean we need to work harder to process non-verbal cues like facial expressions, the tone and pitch of the voice, and body language; paying more attention to these consumes a lot of energy
Remote communication and video calls are now part of each of our’s daily lives. How can we make our communication energetic and interesting in the online format? How can we connect with fellow participants better? These questions are on everyone’s minds as we adapt ourselves to this format, whether we are in client facing roles or not!
In this one hour event, our body language specialists will discuss how to make video conferencing more human and interesting. We will also take up the crucial issue how to reduce the exhaustion caused by video chats
WHO THIS IS FOR:
- Working professionals in the WFH mode
- Remote team managers
- Team members operating from different locations
AGENDA IN BRIEF:
- Tips to combat video call fatigue
- Demo / discussion on specific features of various video conferencing tools that can make your remote discussions more human
- How body language can be improved to connect better over video calls
- Short quiz with surprise prizes
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Bhavna Suleria is the behavioural trainer and coach at Simply Body Talk. She has worked with managers from corporates like SBI Life Insurance, HILTI, Future Generali, GST Mumbai etc to sharpen their leadership and communication style. Bhavna specliases in organisational psychology and workplace communication. She has to her credit a lot of research in this field in national and international journals.