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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, virtual meetings are becoming an increasingly important part of the way we work. They are an easy, cost-effective and safe way to connect our offices, engage employees and work with customers and suppliers.
Although virtual meetings have been part of our daily work routine for some time, we can still easily get into big trouble. Virtual meeting etiquette is a wholenew game compared to face-to-face meetings, so we learn on the go!
To keep our meetings productive and professional, let's follow some simple rules and etiquette tips for virtual meetings:
If you are the meeting organizer, test the meeting settings in advance
Ensure a reliable Internet connection
Mute your microphone when you are not talking
When you enter a meeting, introduce yourself and say hello - just be careful not to interrupt someone in the middle of the sentence
Do not eat during an online meeting
*Kaizen is a Japanese word that literally means change for the better. This is a technique for continuous improvement and refinement.