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Yammer for Executives

Duration: 1 Hour
Course Price: $150

Executive engagement is crucial when rolling out a social technology such as Yammer. Not only do employees want reassurance that social is an approved form of workplace communication, but they also crave transparency into their organization’s leadership and a sense of connectedness to the company’s overall identity and culture. Employees want to identify with their leaders and will flock to a network where they can feel leadership’s presence. After this executive overview, attendees will understand the basics of getting setup on Yammer; everything from logging into the network for the first time, to adjusting email notifications, to best practices for executive use.

 

Course Outline

What is Yammer?
Sign up to Join
Complete your profile
Make Yammer your own
Manage your notifications
Install Mobile
Best Practices for Leaders
Make announcements and provide updates
Participate in engagement events
Recognize contributions
Stay in Touch

Executive engagement is crucial when rolling out a social technology such as Yammer. Not only do employees want reassurance that social is an approved form of workplace communication, but they also crave transparency into their organization’s leadership and a sense of connectedness to the company’s overall identity and culture. Employees want to identify with their leaders and will flock to a network where they can feel leadership’s presence. After this executive overview, attendees will understand the basics of getting setup on Yammer; everything from logging into the network for the first time, to adjusting email notifications, to best practices for executive use.

 

Course Outline

What is Yammer?
Sign up to Join
Complete your profile
Make Yammer your own
Manage your notifications
Install Mobile
Best Practices for Leaders
Make announcements and provide updates
Participate in engagement events
Recognize contributions
Stay in Touch

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