DOES your BODY language PROJECT self-DOUBT in video meetings?
When people interact with you in video meetings, what do they perceive about you?
In Module Four of The Art of communication through video conference series**, I shared that, when entering a video meeting (or a physical room) you should radiate warmth and acceptance and calm enthusiasm.
In this 2:01 minute Module Seven CLIP I share how to own and occupy the physical space.
Here are key messages of the series:
#1 Make sure you set up the environment for a professional video conference
#2 Increase the energy certainty in your face, body and voice when you speak
#3 Use an Open-Middle-Close speaking structure
#4 Be assertive in checking if your messages are understood
Own the Conversation
What aspect of owning and occupying space could you practice in the next seven days?
Make a calendar entry to:
- Sit in a specific meeting with a long neck, or
- Imagine a puppeteer is pulling a string from the top of your head toward the ceiling, or
- Use the thumb-to-index finger gesture paired with an important point.
p.s. This post titled, Why ‘Aim Fire’, has replaced ‘Ready, Aim, Fire’, might interest.