As a general rule, take the time to email a meeting agenda ahead of time to all participants and include instructions on how to join the virtual meeting. Even with the proper preparation, there is no guarantee that every meeting will run perfectly. Here are a few common problems and how to manage them.
Running out of time
Nothing is more discouraging than logging out of a meeting wondering what was actually accomplished—and feeling like it was a waste of valuable work time. It can be frustrating for everyone but is easily avoided. Let’s take a look at some ways to ensure your next remote meeting stays on track.
Know why you’re meeting
It seems few things have been left unscathed in the wake of Covid-19. Times are tough and it’s essential to adjust your language to reflect that. Here are a few quick tips you can incorporate into your daily email correspondence to maintain proper etiquette during a pandemic.
Working remotely has many of us sending off dozens of emails a day to communicate with colleagues, customers and everyone in between. Due to the high volume, it can be easy to hit send in a hurry, forgetting to read through for any mistakes.
Your emails are a reflection of you—make sure they show off your best self! Let’s take a look at how you can make sure your emails are professional and mistake-proof in three simple steps.
Covid-19 has changed the way many of us work, constantly presenting new challenges as restrictions are put into effect. For many of us, this means working from home and relying on email as our core method of communication. As we navigate these unfamiliar work environments, it’s more important than ever to know how to write an effective email. Here are some ways you can do this.
Think first, write second