Leadership Through Data’s Webinars are not the traditional style, we use polls to help you get involved which will enhance the amount of information you retain. There are limited slide decks so, it’s just the host/trainer and participants. We encourage you to talk to us via chat box, and are known to play games and give out prizes too! Each session lasts roughly one hour, and every webinar is free to attend.
Please note: We record our webinars via Microsoft 365 Teams and are not able to guarantee your anonymity. If you do not agree to being recorded, but you still want to access the webinar, please continue to register for the webinar and we will email you a link to watch on-demand one week after the live recording date.
|LTD Microsoft 'Ketchups' - Recording||Sara Fennah||26/Apr/23 09:00 AEST||FREE||Book|
|Webinar | Working with SharePoint Library and considerations||Suzanna Mai||28/Apr/23 11:00 AEST||FREE||Book|
|LTD Microsoft 'Ketchups' - Recording||Sara Fennah||14/Jul/23 09:00 AEST||FREE||Book|
|LTD Microsoft 'Ketchups' - Live Session||Sara Fennah||23/Nov/23 09:00 AEDT||FREE||Book|
Microsoft 365 Bi-Monthly Forum in collaboration with RIMPA
Open to all, this bi-monthly forum, in collaboration with RIMPA is for records and information managers to come together and discuss current issues, topics and updates in Microsoft 365. Come armed with your questions and current knowledge and we’ll provide the industry experts to help.
The forum is intended to be a big group discussion with lots of Q&A time.
What we’ll cover:
- Relevant and upcoming details about the Microsoft 365 road map
- A brief summary of our most recent Microsoft 365 Quarterly ‘Ketchup’
- Answers to any questions submitted to our Q&A form prior to the live webinar forum.
What we want from you:
- Questions for our experts
- To understand what your challenges and pain points are
- To hear about your needs and wants
- To learn what support you need to do your job properly
- To know about your current knowledge and skills level to help you achieve your future goals.
Find out more about the forum.
Please note: This webinar will NOT repeat all the in-depth information we share in our Microsoft 365 Quarterly ‘Ketchup’, it will only provide a summary of it. If you’d like to listen to a full, in-depth overview of all the latest Microsoft 365 updates, please register for our ‘Ketchup’ webinar separately.
Microsoft 365 Quarterly ‘Ketchups’
Can’t keep up with the ever-updating Microsoft releases? We’ve done the hard work for you and condensed all the latest updates into one simple webinar that’s easy to understand and related to Information Governance and Records Management, as well as your day-to-day job.
As well as any regular releases, our ‘Ketchup’ webinars also include important news and information from Microsoft’s major annual conferences:
- Ignite (the main technology conference)
- Build (the developers conference)
- Inspire (partners conference)
Find out more about ‘Ketchups’.
Every quarter a ‘Ketchup’ is hosted LIVE in one of three time zones. Each live webinar is recorded and available to watch on-demand a week after the live recording date.
Watch the latest webinar, or read the full summary of our most recent Microsoft 365 Quarterly ‘Ketchup’.
Working with SharePoint Library & Considerations
Get started with SharePoint Fundamentals
Join Suzanna Mai to learn how to take control of your content within SharePoint.
This webinar is a great intro to the SharePoint Fundamentals course, which aims at building your understanding through hands-on experience of SharePoint and how it works.
This webinar will specifically focus on how you can effectively and consistently store and organise your content in a document library which includes creating custom metadata to sort, group, and filter documents and improve the search experience.
We will also cover the creation of custom lists as it’s not always about documents. Sometimes you need to store lists of information you would typically store in Excel. For example, lists of contacts, lists of issues, trackers, and so on. We will discuss some of the considerations to put in place to help you manage your content.
The idea of conducting polls throughout was great; really useful to benchmark against other public sector organisation and feel less ‘alone’ in the challenges faced. The content was also pragmatically framed, which I appreciate rather than just promoting pure best practice – the course leader recognized that no one is getting RM 100% right and every place has its own challenges.
It was really good to get an overview of what is happening in other organizations and see where we sit in comparison to others. The general discussion prompted lot of thoughts for me and has really got me thinking. I found the trainers style to be very engaging. I felt this showed enthusiasm for the topic. There is nothing worse than an unenthusiastic trainer! The trainer held my attention well despite the course being online; I found myself nodding along with then throughout.