Companies developing plans to re-open their offices while still capitalizing on the benefits of remote work must re-invent the meeting experience.
After months of screen-to-screen interactions, the idea of simply bringing people into a boardroom and relegating the remote team back to a single audio input is unfathomable.
Tomorrow’s meetings must build community and allow all members on the call to feel connected. There must be clear communication, an opportunity for visual learners. and accommodations for individual privacy concerns.
**All attendees will be provided a 30% discount code that can be used for the purchase of Jabra audio and visual gear.**
On August 17th join Jim Love, ITWC CIO as he leads a discussion on best practices for hybrid meetings with Aurangzeb Khan, Senior VP Intelligent Systems, Jabra and Gina Spencer, Business Development Manager, Jabra
Learn how to deal with these potential challenges:
● Audio: Side conversation and crosstalk that can make following the conversation difficult
● Visual: How to offer everyone an equal view, whether it’s a whiteboard or a monitor
● Distractions and engagement: How to keep remote workers from checking email or turning off video to check the laundry pile.
There will be a camera-on Q&A with the experts immediately following the core discussion. Ask the back-to-the office questions that have been troubling you.
Whether you're meeting new clients, onboarding a new employee or there’s an all-hands-on-deck meeting of senior staff, hybrid or mixed mode meetings are here to stay. Join this session to get a head start on planning for your office’s future meetings