Virtual & Hybrid Impact
Virtual & Hybrid Impact
“We are all connected by the internet, like neurons in a giant brain”
– Stephen Hawking
There is no escaping the fact that more and more of our meetings are happening virtually. Many of us spend the majority of our working day on several different calls, with a dozen or more people dialling in from all over the globe. It’s one thing making an impact face to face, it’s a whole other skillset to make an impact on a conference call. Now, with a workforce mix of remote and office workers – a whole new set of skills are required to engage and unify a hybrid audience. To ensure both online participants and colleagues in the room are able to be connected, creative and collaborative in a dynamic shared experience. Whether running a meeting, a presentation or a conference and whether purely online or in a hybrid setting – there are a lot more choices available to you online than you might believe. Choices that will affect the way you communicate and come across on a call.
Make a powerful personal impact online or in a hybrid setting
Understand the power of gesture and facial expressions online
Engage an audience with story and structure
Leave a memorable impression
Be ready for anything, spontaneous and able to think on your feet
Know how to use your unique voice to maximum effect
Understand how to manage and maximise your and other people’s energy on video calls
Learn the art of hosting and navigating conversations online and in hybrid meetings to create smooth, interactive and engaging meetings
“Just wanted to say how truly amazing you were – my team, my boss and my colleagues from Corporate loved it! We have all walked away enriched by your session and I can’t thank you enough for running a superb session. Thank you again – I have already started to see an impact in how we are all with each other – we all have a renewed respect for how we show up. I can’t wait to see what we deliver as a team now!”
Science and Stats:
Over 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual. Visuals are processed 60,000 times faster by the brain than words because our brains like to see things rather than just hear about it. This is why video meetings are so much more engaging and productive than conference calls.
Research shows that 62% of executives agree that relative to audioconferencing, video conferencing significantly improves the quality of communication, a figure that rises to 73% among high-growth companies. In addition, 50% of those surveyed believe video conferencing also improves the degree of understanding.
With fast changes and new ways of living and working, it’s time to shift our focus from the problems this new world brings, to the possibilities it offers… There is one thing that working...
Join us as we release the focus from ourselves as ‘individual communicators’. And we shift the arc of focus to the relationship – to the audience (or our partner!) to create a totally different experience of what communication really is.
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