A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era

How to Make Digital Meetings Work for You - Not Against You

March 21, 2021 Eduardo Placer, CEO, Fearless Communications Season 3 Episode 5
A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era
How to Make Digital Meetings Work for You - Not Against You
Show Notes Chapter Markers

If you’re like most of us, you’ve seen video meetings go from a temporary measure to become part of the ‘new normal’. 

Love them or leave them, Zoom, Teams, Skype and other apps are here to stay.  So smart leaders are adapting and conquering what is really just one more step in an overall migration to all things digital.

So how do we  bridge what is a clear divide between in person and online?  Where can we improve the way we communicate information and ideas?  What can we do to win the day in this strange new virtual environment?

If you’re looking to make a better impression in online meetings or take your virtual meetings to the next level then the man to see is Eduardo Placer.

Eduardo is the CEO and Founder of Fearless Communicators, whose clients include HBO, Google, Bank of America- Merrill Lynch, Yale, The Juilliard School, and the Wharton School of Business, as well as a list of A-lister private clients that are too many mention here.

If you’re looking to develop show stopping collections that will perform on the selling floor and online, then SPINEXPO is the place to go.  It’s  the primary exhibition for yarns and knitwear.  Spinexpo provides a well-edited selection of top quality products that are filled with creativity - as well as trend information that cannot be found anywhere else.  To learn more, go to SPINEXPO.com

And, I’m pleased to share that A Seat at The Table Podcast now has its own website.  You’ll find the playlist, the show notes and other useful information there.  You can check it out at seat.fm.


Useful Links

Two big challenges of online meetings
Why sitting is not always best during meetings
Show your hands - it's important
Creating eye contact during the meeting
How to build engage - even with a large group
Creating that all-important sense of connection
Ideas for icebreakers
The power of acknowledgement