Erica Dhawan Author, Digital Body Language, Collaboration and Innovation Expert

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  • Association for Talent Development: Collaboration Through Communication

    Regardless of how you handle face-to-face interactions, a new set of rules have emerged in the increasingly digital workplace. That was the message from Erica Dhawan in her Tuesday keynote address for the ATD's Virtual Conference. Dhawan pointed out that mastering digital body language is a key leadership skill, particularly since much of workplace communication is now entirely digital. Her keynote proved ideal for those looking to become better at digital body language, and those charged with sharing such concepts with others. Individuals looking to create a digital body framework for their organization can use Dhawan's strategies as a foundation.

  • Harvard Business Review: Do Your Remote Employees Feel Included in Meetings?

    Many knowledge workers had their first stint of remote work during the pandemic quarantine this year. As we phase back into in-person meetings and office life, what lessons from our time away from the office can we apply to our return? Erica Dhawan offers several successful approaches I've seen in her work as a consultant, including tapping remote workers first, giving both introverts and extroverts space to contribute, and bringing new life to standing team meetings.

  • Newsweek: What Your Zoom Body Language Says About You

    We all understand the importance of body language at work. But how does that translate into the digital realm, now that so many of us are working from home and conducting much of our business lives through online video? That's where Erica Dhawan comes in. Erica is the author of Get Big Things Done and the forthcoming Digital Body Language, and recently joined Dorie Clark on her weekly Newsweek interview show Better to discuss how professionals can communicate more effectively when they're operating digitally.

  • Do Your Remote Employees Feel Included in Meetings?

    Many knowledge workers had their first stint of remote work during the pandemic quarantine this year. As we phase back in to in-person meetings and office life, what lessons from our time away from the office can we apply to our return? The author offers several successful approaches I've seen in her work as a consultant, including tapping remote workers first, giving both introverts and extroverts space to contribute, and bringing new life to standing team meetings.