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Crisis Communications in a Virtual Work Environment

We continue to live through challenging times, with the COVID outbreak possibly surging again, controversies over vaccines, and a deep sense of displacement among most of the American workforce. Organizations continue to struggle with being able to communicate effectively with employees, stakeholders, customers and investors during these times of crisis. Tools and services that enable companies of all sizes to…
John Lovell
July 30, 2021
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Thinking about the “afterlife” of your live event

Sometimes live conferences and events require an “afterlife,” to reach other audiences after the presentation has been made. How do make sure the shared media files reflect your organization or brand in a professional way? Thanks to remote working and reconfigured office arrangements, sharing and distributing recorded content after the event is becoming more and more common. Whether this means…
John Lovell
July 13, 2021
Hybrid work events part 1Best PracticesRemote WorkVirtual Communications

Making the most of hybrid work events (Part 1)

Now more than ever, producing engaging and impactful hybrid events – conferences and meetings with in-person and remote attendees – should be a high priority within the context of your organizational communication strategy. Hybrid work events have become critical in terms of retaining cohesive teams and exchanging information on a global scale. Because many people have discovered they prefer the…
John Lovell
June 15, 2021
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Conferencing and collaboration in a post-COVID world

Finding a better work-life balance has long been a goal for most people in the workforce. This came into sharp focus during the past year, with child- and elder-care competing for our time throughout the traditional workday. While overall productivity and collaboration continued to thrive, it wasn’t without cost. Women, in particular, found themselves facing stark choices as household demands…
Candice Evans
June 11, 2021
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Studio Session #4: Virtual backgrounds and video presentation tips

Web conference presenters have embraced virtual backgrounds over the past year – whether as the “latest and greatest” or to simply to mask the realities of working from home. But are they beneficial or detrimental to the messages you’re trying to convey in your meetings? Depending on the image you want to project, the subject you’re speaking about or the…
Candice Evans
June 4, 2021
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The impact of remote work on companies, communities

Massive competition between large cities for corporate headquarters may not be a thing of the past. But with the shift to remote work across large sectors of the economy, communities across the country have begun trying to one-up each other in their efforts to attract workers who are no longer tied to their company’s physical address. For many people considering…
Candice Evans
April 27, 2021