Building Trust in Virtual Interactions: Look at the Camera

In today’s digital age where virtual and hybrid meetings are the norm, presenting yourself effectively on camera is a skill that many of us continue to work on.

ImprovEdge Founder and CEO, Karen Hough, shares valuable tips on effectively conveying trust in video interactions. It has to do with eye contact and where your eyes are focused – on the computer screen vs. looking into the camera.

Being effective in virtual meetings is more than just turning on your camera.

It also involves thoughtful camera placement and conscious body language. By following these tips, you can bridge the virtual communication gap and be as effective as possible in your virtual or hybrid meetings.

This article is 100% written by a human named Karen Hough. She is the Founder & CEO of ImprovEdge, in the top 4% of women-owned businesses in the US, a 3-time Amazon bestselling author, Yale grad, wife, and mom of three.