The “Yammer Reality Check” Webinar

Making Yammer Work in a Sea of Tools

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
1-2:15 p.m. Central time


Presented by:      Ragan        Microsoft      TSTM

Yammer is a powerful tool, designed to help organizations improve their internal communication—but only if they use it right. Attendees to this webinar will walk away with a list of simple, inexpensive or free tactics that have been proven to work in bringing Yammer to life and making it a vital hub of communication and collaboration.

What you'll learn:

  • How to talk about your community without buzzwords
  • How to find and excite your champions—the most active employees already in the network
  • How to clean up groups that aren't in use
  • Tips and tricks to showcase the best of what's happening organically in the network

Don't miss this unique opportunity!

Price: $0

A FREE webinar featuring Carrie Basham Young, CEO, Talk Social to Me, and Paola Storchi, knowledge management specialist, UNICEF



Paola Storchi

Knowledge management specialistUNICEF

Paola Storchi leads online communities at UNICEF, and believes communities are absolutely crucial to empowering everyone in the organization to drive results for children. Storchi turns new ideas into action and is a natural connector, communicator and catalyst, with 15+ years of broad international experience and a strong aesthetic sensibility, including ongoing practice in Japanese fine arts. A native of Rome, she works at UNICEF New York.

Carrie Basham Young

CEOTalk Social to Me

Carrie Basham Young is CEO and principal of Talk Social to Me, a boutique consulting firm specializing in employee community engagement strategies. With more than a decade working in internal collaboration and communication, she offers practical community lessons and experiences from hundreds of Fortune 100 and mid-market organizations.


Reasons to sign up for this webinar

  • It's FREE
  • You'll receive all PowerPoint slides and handouts
  • You'll get access for you and your entire team to watch
  • You'll have access to the recording for six months

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