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Five simple tips to making more effective video calls for lawyers

Date:28 JAN 2021
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Love them or hate them video calls are here to stay so how can we best embrace this new way of working particularly when meeting clients for the first time (virtually) or taking part in online meetings and hearings. 

Natalie Poyser is the owner of Thrive & Flourish a training and development company that helps people to transform the way they are perceived by others and give them new-found confidence in how they communicate both on and offline. 

We asked her to share some advice on how best to communicate and engage with people on screen with five simple tips to making more effective video calls.

Five simple tips to making more effective video calls

“Being in a lockdown has introduced the majority of people to the video conference call. 

Granted many people were using this tool in the workplace previously but now we hold all our meetings consultations training socialising etc. virtually. 

And they are not going away anytime soon however they can be difficult awkward and often more tiring than face to face meetings. 

This is because it is harder to assess other people’s non-verbal cues so you have...

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