FREE Executive Webinar:

Improve Employee Engagement with Microsoft Viva

Webinar Details:

LIVE: Thursday, October 27, 2022
Start Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am PT

With more remote work and distributed teams, it is difficult for management to maintain a positive and engaged work environment. Microsoft has tackled this phenomenon head-on and is providing great tools to help organizations collaborate and work more seamlessly. The tools are bundled together in a suite known as Microsoft Viva.

In this webinar you will learn about the powerful capabilities of the software, as well as the way that personal data is protected.

  • The case for increasing employee engagement
  • Team collaboration, especially for remote workers
  • How Microsoft Insights can help you increase work/ life balance
  • Using Viva Goals and OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) to gain higher productivity
  • How Microsoft Learn can onboard new members quickly
  • How personal data is kept anonymous while allowing trend (aggregated) data to be visible

Who Should Attend

C-Level executives, IT Managers, HR Managers, and managers who want to elevate the collaboration and performance of their team.

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Matt Katzer

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Matt Katzer

Matt is the CEO and founder of KAMIND IT, a Microsoft direct, managed Gold partner that is authorized to sell GCC High Licensing for Microsoft and is a candidate for the CMMC Certified CMMC Professional. He is also certified by Microsoft to teach 365 as part of Certified Immersion Experience (CIE) training program. Matt has written a number of books on Microsoft 365 (available on Amazon).

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