Microsoft Teams Set-Up & Training

Help Disability Lead set up Microsoft Teams and train their team on how to best use this tool.
Disability Lead
Chicago, IL, USA
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Posted May 26th

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Microsoft Teams Set-Up & Training

Project Details

What We Need
  • Training for up to 5 staff on how to set-up and use Microsoft Teams
  • Advice and best practices on how to utilize Microsoft Teams
Additional Details

We are actually already using Teams. However, we need recommendations for best practices of how to utilize channels, chat, and how that integrates with other systems (emails, OneNote, etc.) We also need to reorganize our channels and would like guidance on how to create a well-organized Teams.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have Teams, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have two of the five person staff available to assist with this, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $668 , allowing us to focus on the actual mission of our organization.

We have transitioned to permanent remote work and have also grown our team. We need the online tools to support continued collaboration and growth.

Project Plan

Prep: Information Gathering
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss Organization's needs with regards to Microsoft Teams
Milestone 1: Set-Up & Training
  • Professional helps Volunteer Manager with initial set-up instructions
  • Professional trains up to 5 team members on how to use the Microsoft Teams, including integrations and any best practices or tips to reach their stated goals
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About The Org

Disability Lead
Posted by
Risa R.

Director of Civic Engagement and Marketing

Our Mission

OUR VISION: People with disabilities leading with power and influence for full participation and equal opportunity as a vital part of the civic fabric in the Chicago region.

OUR MISSION: To increase civic engagement and diverse leadership in the Chicago region by developing and building a network of leaders with disabilities -- consistent with the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

What We Do

ADA 25 Advancing Leadership is creating a Chicago region where people with disabilities:

LEAD--Our Civic Connections Project increases the number of people with disabilities in professional and civic leadership positions.

CONNECT--Our Members Network provides mentoring, support, and ongoing civic engagement opportunities for leaders with disabilities.

GROW--Our Leadership Institute is a year-long leadership development program for emerging leaders with disabilities.

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