Many problems in organizations are caused by a breakdown in communication. We’re seeing more and more companies implementing video to address this issue and communicate to employees internally. Not only does video save time and expenses associated with traveling to different offices and remote locations for in person meetings, it also provides a stronger connection with the speaker that can’t be achieved through typical forms of office exchanges. Video allows viewers to see someone’s body language and hear voice intonation, which can help to get your message across and establish trust.
Lloyd Bunting, VideoLink’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, talks about the advantages of using video internally, especially in communicating with a sales team.