Short-form video and messaging apps – like Twitter, Snapchat, Reels and Tik Tok – have revolutionized the way we communicate. Isn’t it time corporate communications followed suit?
To boost employee confidence, it’s critical for company leaders to connect with their teams in meaningful ways, including high impact video broadcasts and hybrid events.
Worktank’s Director of Content Solutions Evan Sadler recommends the best audio gear for your home office, so you consistently sound great across online meetings, video broadcasts and virtual events.
From leaders who attempt to wing it to CEOs who sidestep tough questions, we identify five critical mistakes that can undermine your company town hall meetings.
Worktank’s Director of Content Solutions (and registered yoga instructor) Evan Sadler shares five simple stress relieving exercises you can do between meetings, or as a way to encourage wellness and renewal within your team.
For more than 20 years, Worktank has been helping c-suite executives successfully host meetings with both in-person and virtual attendees across the globe. Here are our recommendations for creating a balanced experience for all participants.
Is the free version of Microsoft Teams enough, or is it necessary to upgrade to a paid plan for the purpose of video meetings? To help you determine which is best for your business, we outline the key differences between the free and paid versions of MS Teams Meetings.
At Worktank, we’re all about communicating, engaging and connecting. We’re really good at educating businesses on how they can use video solutions to do all three of these things effectively with their internal teams, external partners, clients and customers. But here’s the thing, it’s possible to do too much, particularly with regard to video meetings.
The impact from COVID-19 has been unfathomable, and even after it’s gone, it’s likely to have lasting effects on the corporate office landscape. Many companies are faced with the decision of whether or not to reopen their offices, or in the very least, they’re thinking about scaling back.