Teams Productivity Workshop

Length: 0.5 Day(s)     Cost:$395 + GST

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LOCATION September October November December
Auckland
Hamilton
Christchurch
Wellington
Virtual Class

Take your practical skills to the next level and work smarter not harder.

Setup your Teams environment in such a way that it works with you not against you. In this course we will focus on collaboration, communication and information management best practice tips for getting the most out of this collaborative Productivity Platform. Learn how to increase your overall productivity by taking control of notifications, mastering search techniques and linking to important information. We will delve into things like messaging etiquette, managing access to confidential documents, and collaborating with team members in real time.

What is a Productivity Platform?

A Productivity Platform is a tool that can be used to help you increase productivity. Our half day Productivity Workshops are designed to help you make the most of your chosen Productivity Platform and work smarter, not harder. All workshops will cover basic productivity techniques and show you how to make your Productivity Platform work for you. Designed to help you prioritise, manage distractions and enhance focus, you will work together with other attendees to convert best practice methodologies into a productivity plan that works for you.


This course is designed for existing Microsoft Teams users who are wanting to get some best practice tips on how to get the most out of Teams as a productivity platform. You don’t have to be a Microsoft Teams expert, but even if you are we think you’ll still get value from this best practice course.

You should be comfortable with the skills covered in our Team Up with Microsoft Teams course.


  • What it means to be productive
  • Tags and Notification Settings
  • Co-authoring files
  • OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams
  • Chats or Conversations – when to use which
  • Meeting options – attendees and presenters
  • Teams, Channels and Private Channels – pros and cons
  • Best practice tips summary