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How to Conduct an Effective Tele-Conference

Imagine you are about to professionally speak to 30 people on a teleconference call where the interaction is audio only. Reading the reactions of your audience is very difficult because there are no visual clues.  All you have to guide you are your ears, imagination, and intuitive senses. Facilitating a teleconference is an art that many business professionals need to learn in order to leave a valuable impression with the listeners.

Structuring a conference call methodically not only saves your valuable time (as well as the participants’), but also proves to be an effective and efficient way to get all parties on the “same page.”   Begin by deciding the focus for your conference – do you want a “learning-focused” or a “lecture-based” teleconference call? The number one mistake people make is thinking that all teleconference calls are the same. Knowing the difference between these types of calls helps you plan and implement your call effectively.

Here are some tips in organizing a successful teleconferencing session:

Organization & Planning

Teleconferencing can take some practice to be effective but in the long term, it will save your organization a tremendous amount of time and money. 

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