Make the Most of Your Virtual Communications

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Make the Most of Your Virtual Communications

How you present yourself on screen can make or break your credibility.

If the image your audience sees online is distracting, your message can get lost. Stanford Graduate School of Business Lecturer Matt Abrahams has some simple fixes, including a low-tech buy from a hardware store, that will help you put your best face forward.

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