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3 ways web conferencing can help your training sessions

By Express Virtual Meetings

Employee training is essential for an organisation to be successful. These days, teams are often dispersed across the country or the world, which poses many challenges regarding session structure and delivery. Engaging a widely-dispersed audience could be a pretty daunting task, but web conferencing can eliminate these challenges.

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Web conferencing can help increase audience participation

It's easy for dispersed teams to work together efficiently with web conferencing. Here are some ways you can use web conferencing to your advantage:

1. See the person you are talking to

Being able to see the other training attendees means everybody will be more engaged and be able to interact more effectively with each other. Web conferences enable the person who is facilitating the training to see all of the training attendees no matter where they are located, increasing team interaction and participation.

2. Collaborate via screen sharing

You can get the whole team to work together by sharing screens, documents and applications on the web conference. This way, participants can collaborate on the same document and contribute their ideas to the training session easily. Practical exercises can be completed easily even when the participants are separated by vast distances.

3. Share control of the presentation

The trainer can share control of the presentation and ask others attending the training session to provide their input. This is another way that you can encourage those in other physical locations to stay alert and contribute to the presentation.

There are many ways that web conferencing can help your business conduct effective and productive training sessions. Contact one of our web conferencing experts today - we can help you discover the benefits of using web conferencing as an effective collaboration tool for your business training.

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