The days on the calendar are quickly being crossed off and as we get closer to Christmas, my thoughts change from wrapping up that final spreadsheet to wrapping up gifts instead. I started to think about how the many conference calls I’m on each week resemble different types of Christmas trees I’ve seen over the years. (more…)
Everyone has their own style on a conference call – it’s your communications style. But there are certain things that you should and shouldn’t do while on a conference call.
We put together this list for you to keep handy. These are the moist common do’s and dont’s of the conference call world. Did we miss any?
If the onslaught of commercials and in-store displays weren’t indication enough, the holiday season is officially upon us. While parades, over-eating and football have become Thanksgiving mainstays, sometimes the most important parts of the holiday are the things we too often take for granted.
We recently asked our team here at InterCall to share what they’re thankful for this Thanksgiving and one trend was abundantly clear: family and health are the most cherished parts of the holiday. In fact, no one even mentioned football or the movie marathons—although a few are excited for Thanksgiving parades (and, of course, stuffing.)
From family businesses to multinational corporations, all companies have to face budgeting and planning season. Between the last late summer vacations and the December holiday parties, executive teams dedicate days – even weeks – to reviewing the past year and outlining detailed plans for the next.
Unsurprisingly, most business leaders dread these fall hours lost to all-day meetings and excessive Excel analysis. Here are a few ways that conferencing and collaboration tools can give budgeting season a needed rebrand, guaranteeing productivity and expediency for all involved.
The end of daylight saving time typically gets a warmer public reception than the beginning, and why shouldn’t it? It’s the one day when we get what we’ve been wishing for during the other 364—more time.
Even though we fall back on Sunday, your internal clock will most likely go off at the normal time on Monday morning. Tempting as it may be to hit the snooze button, plenty of workers will probably stick to their regular routines and take advantage of being able to get up a little earlier.