How to Have a Productive Remote Meeting - for a Change - Slide 9

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For Facilitators: During the Meeting

For example, review how to use mute buttons for teleconferences or pass control to another participant for real-time views/edits.

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Download a customizable best practices checklist from our partners at 
Info-Tech to help you get the most out of your remote meetings.

Done well, remote meetings mean saved travel dollars and greater collaboration of skilled resources. Done poorly, they can be highly unproductive, negative experiences.

Good practices of regular meetings still apply, but more is required for remote meetings. Use the following Facilitator and Participant best practice checklist items, from our partners at Info-Tech Research Group, to get the most benefit from remote meetings. To download the list as a customizable checklist for your own office, visit the Knowledge Network, where you will find more Info-Tech Research tools as well as additional guidance on having productive meetings.

Also see our popular slideshow on 10 Tips on Having a Great Meeting.
 

Related Topics : Intranets, Network Protocols, Networking, OS Interoperability, TCO

 
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