Webinar: Solving Today's HR, Communication and Leadership Challenges with Microsoft 365 Best Practices

Microsoft 365 Intranets are capable of a lot more than just getting key corporate messaging out.

Internal Communications leaders have shifted from editors to enablers. With that shift comes a change from enforcing messaging to empowering and amplifying excellent communications and great ideas throughout the business. From preboarding to offboarding, HR's challenges are harder today than they have ever been before. Naturally, how these leaders leverage the digital workplace has changed as well, especially in how they leverage technology to achieve more with less.

Join our Product Offering Lead, Anders Fagerlund, and the CTO of 2toLead, Richard Harbridge, a Microsoft MVP and internationally recognized expert on Microsoft 365 and the Digital Workplace. This webinar will explore ideas and solutions that HR and Corporate Communications have embraced to improve how, where, and when they engage with employees.

We will discuss:

    • How to best leverage SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and Yammer for modern communications.
    • How to take advantage of AI and Microsoft technology to accelerate and improve key communication and content.
    • Microsoft Intranet's best practices and approach that can make all the difference.


There will also be a short Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

Target audience

This event is primarily aimed at roles like CIO, CCO, CTO, Digital Workplace or Intranet Managers or similar roles within organizations planning to improve their digital workplace based on Microsoft technology.

General information

This webinar is free of charge and you can participate using a web browser or a mobile app. If the date and time don’t suit you, sign up anyway and we will share the presentation and a recording of the webinar. 


Sign up via the form to the right and you will receive a confirmation with a link to the meeting within 15 minutes. If you haven't received the confirmation email, please check your spam folder. Unfortunately, we cannot accept registrations from private email addresses (gmail, outlook, yahoo, etc.).