The Value of Push-to-Talk

Do you ever find yourself sitting in a meeting listening to the multiple conversations going on at one time and wonder, how are we actually getting things done?

There have been times when sitting in a meeting was comparable to a Thanksgiving meal with my family and all the cousins, conversations flowing at a rapid pace.

A meeting shouldn’t be going on like this, meetings are set up to complete tasks, accomplish goals and to put plans together. Using the Push-to-Talk feature by Team on the Run. we have found a way to cut down on chatter, improve workflow, and improve the overall experience of a meeting.

What makes Push-to-Talk a successful solution for a meeting? Its ability to give one person the floor to speak. You speak when its your turn, everyone else listens, once you finish someone else can take over and have the floor. This gives each employee a voice no matter if you are the manager, intern, or executive.

Having these meetings with a global company or a company with remote employees is a great way to make sure everyone is attentive and gets a chance to voice their opinion.

When we have a weekly meeting it’s a time for each employee to speak up on their tasks that they are currently working on and with Push-to-Talk each member has a chance to speak up and take turns. When it’s your turn to speak, the floor is yours and you can explain everything.

Meetings through something like Skype or Google Hangouts can actually hinder productivity when everyone can speak at one time. Not to mention the guy on the call that doesn’t realize his mic is always on.

Team on the Run also offers the ability to set up channels: A channel is a group full of members who, when signed in, can push to talk with everyone, from anywhere, just like a walkie-talkie Frequency band, but far stronger. This allows you to control who can enter the meeting, that way you can make sure that the right people are always in your meetings.

Team on the Run allows you to take control of a meeting and make sure everyone is not only participating but plans stay intact and goals on target.

Say goodbye to overly complicated meetings and hello to meetings simplified.

Using Push-to-Talk on Android

Using Push-to-Talk on Webchat

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