We are increasingly moving to a video-first culture. Refraining from video on a conference call is no longer an option, as in some cases, it is considered rude or unprofessional to not use the video feature when you’ve accepted a video-supported meeting.
Close to 90 percent of my meetings are video-based. That’s because I rarely get a call anymore — everyone seems to communicate via email, Microsoft Teams or videoconference. But not every work culture has fully adopted video, which means it’s important to understand these five rules of the road.