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Keep Your Conference Calls and Webinars Highly Engaging | Part 1

We work and live in an always-on, hyper-connected and super-busy world, where it’s said our attention span is about as long as a goldfish – 9 seconds! How do we keep people engaged in our conversations, meetings, webinars and conference calls?

In this video series, we’ll share 5 tips for keeping your collaborations highly engaging. We’re sure these best practices will have people focused and engaged on the conversation at hand, instead of being distracted by email, text messaging, social media, or the latest #icebucketchallenge type video to go viral on YouTube!

 

Part 1 - INTRODUCTIONS

Part 2 - Typical Actual Scenario

Part 3 - Data Benchmarks

Part 4 - Result

Part 5 - Better Interactions

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