One of the most common questions we get from our community, and from customers, is around cultural nuance in nonverbal communication.
How do you account for cultural nuances when you are presenting to a global audience?
We put this question to Dr. Marono for her thoughts.
While universal cues are a safe baseline, it is always a wise decision to do some advance research into cultural norms, customs and standards when presenting in front of a culture that is different from your own.
Check out the video below for more cultural context
When it comes to our technology, there is a strong reason behind keeping our insights aligned with universal cues, and not getting too prescriptive when it comes to things like hand gestures or facial expressions.
Try out our tools for yourself starting with our free Virtual Presence Assessment.