Category Archives: Conference How-tos

Embrace Creativity: Using Screen Sharing and Drawing Tools for Team Building

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January 31 is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day.

According to MommyPoppins, there are all kinds of ways — and reasons — to celebrate. “Whether it’s written, painted, sculpted, or performed, art helps us feel, communicate, and make sense of life. Visit a local art gallery, take in a musical performance, or have an at-home poetry slam. Let children experiment with water colors, write a song, put on a dance show, or decorate a driveway with chalk art. Today is about celebrating creativity and the power of self-expression.” Read More...

How to Ace a Video Conference Interview (Part 1)

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With the rise in remote workers and the growing quality and cost-effectiveness of video conferencing, it’s no wonder that 60% of recruiters incorporate it into the interview process. If you’re looking for tips, you’ve come to the right place. This two-part series is a compilation of top tips, the what’s what in virtual meeting preparation. In other words, it’s everything you need to know for your next video conference interview. In the first part, below, we lay the groundwork for a successful meeting.  Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 5)

To help you get 2016 off to a great start, we’ve posted ideas about ways to improve productivity. Each blog article has included apps you can use to better manage your time, take control of your mobile devices, declutter your inbox and desk and hold more efficient meetings. Our final tip is all about maintaining your work/life balance. Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 3)

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We’re 13 days into the new year. How are your resolutions coming? To make it easier and do it one step at a time, we’re offering a tip a day to help improve your productivity.

So far, we’ve offered suggestions for manging your time and your mobile devices. Now you’ve got to straighten up your ‘stuff’. It might be more than your desk that needs a good cleaning—so start out the new year with a tidy approach to all your ‘overwhelming’ tasks. Read More...