When it comes to team communication, sometimes speed is the most important factor. A busy organization can save hours and hours of working time collectively by hosting a simple 30-minute meeting. Email and instant message solutions like Slack are the go-to options for internal communication day-to-day, but even those have their downsides.
In this episode of The Visual Lounge, Sherri Powers, VP of Marketing at TechSmith talks about how video communication can save time.
Short videos and simple screen recordings can often get the message across faster and more efficiently than email or in-person meetings. Sherri breaks down the math in this episode to show you how much time you could save if you embrace video.
Learning points from the episode include:
Why you should always try to use data to back up your message
How email can be overly polished when compared to video
Why video can convey more personality than written requests
How much time you can save by opting for video over physical meetings
Why you should try video if you’re already used to doing in-person presentations