Set up

  • Recommend to use laptop instead of mobile device as it helps in consistency in posting/editing video after webinar.
  • Keep an alternate Wi-Fi source in case of any network failures. Mobile hot spot would also be a good alternate.
  • Setup your desk in the range of WI-FI.
  • Always sit in-front of the light and avoid any reflection on the webcam.
  • Always use good quality Webcam and Headset to ensure better quality Audio/Video.
  • Choose the background wisely as it shows your intention and might offend the speaker.
  • Choose the location where you can hear the speaker properly vice versa.
  • Consider putting a “do not disturb” sign on your door.
  • Consider selecting HD video in Settings.
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  • Preferably wear solid color shirt. Neutral tones in blues, greens, and browns work well.
  • Avoid black or bright colors that may reflect light.
  • Avoid thin stripes or busy patterns.
  • Bottom line is that maintain contrast background
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Immediately Before the Session

  • Ensure your devices are fully charged or plugged in to avoid depleting batteries mid-meeting.
  • Close all the applications and tabs on browser which are not useful.
  • Log in 10-15 minutes before the scheduled start time for final checks and to fix technical issues (if any).
  • Don’t let any background noise on your end go unaddressed.
  • Warm-up your voice.
  • Take a few deep breaths before you start.
  • Have a glass of water and tissues handy.
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During the Session

  • Be aware of your body language, Posture, eye contact, facial expressions, and hand movements. Gestures can be indicators of speaker perceived confidence.
  • Speak clearly and project your voice by taking proper breaks in sentences, but resist the urge to speak too loudly.
  • Maintain constant distance from the mic.
  • Keep appropriate distance from the camera.
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