My Dad gets anxious when he walks into the Apple store. He doesn’t know what questions to ask and gets embarrassed by not knowing. Similarly, when you take your car into getting fixed and don’t know what could go wrong or how much repairs cost, you might get anxious about the potential list of repairs.
For the most part, if your role is to have an occasional meeting with someone you work with or want to have your family join your Zoom meeting, you probably aren’t going to invest in creating a better experience. However, if your business cannot operate without visiting in person during the pandemic and it’s your mission to create the absolute best possible experience #screentoscreen, you need to step up your game to model how others in your organization get business done, virtually speaking.
Do You Know What Questions You Need to Ask?
I keep receiving questions about the things I’m doing differently and I will most always give you a “depends” answer. Your virtual camera choice is going to depend upon your operating system, budget, and technical ability. The choice in your microphone is going to depend upon if you can also invest in a soundboard or not. There are too many variables involved with making a decision to insist on providing one solution. That’s why I’ve built this comprehensive assessment so you can see for yourself what you know, what you don’t know, and what steps you specifically need to take to become a little better each day.
When I dissected the key ingredients to having better virtual appearances, I was able to separate them into eleven categories. These include:
- Build a Micro Studio at Home
- Increase Virtual Participant Value
- Increase Virtual Participant Experiences
- Improve Computer Skills
- Minimize Risk
- Improve Virtual Presentations
- Improve Virtual Sales Conversations
- Improve Virtual Team Meetings
- Improve Mobile Broadcasting
- Productivity Hacks
- Recuperating from Virtual Meetings
I can promise you this is the most comprehensive assessment that you have ever taken with regards to setting up the best virtual experience. The answers will help you prioritize what items to take action on either by yourself or with a team.
As of right now, this assessment can be taken for FREE. Once you complete the assessment, you will be directed to a link to schedule a Zoom meeting with me, Doug Devitre, not someone else on my team. A one-time payment of $500 is required to schedule this meeting. The assessment results should be available within 24 hours sent to you by email so it’s recommended to schedule the assessment review at least one week following completion. You will also receive access to the Trello project management board for you to save into your phone. This agile form of project management includes links, articles, and how-to videos to help you implement new ideas along the way.
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