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Viva Engage connects employees and leaders through communities and conversations. We’re announcing powerful new leadership capabilities to unlock the potential of your organizations.
Leadership Corner is a new experience for employees to engage directly with key leaders. Employees can:
- See and participate in activities from their leaders
- Take surveys and join the discussion with #Campaigns and AMAs (Ask Me Anything)
- Connect with new leaders across the company
For leaders, communicators, and their delegates we’re introducing:
- A new leader dashboard with organizational analytics
- Storyline announcements for reaching their teams
- Powerful social #Campaign experiences
- New “Ask Me Anything” style events
These experiences will bring leadership to life, fostering a two-way dialogue throughout the organization, and creating an environment where employees thrive. Learn more about these experiences in the Viva Engage announcement blog.
New Microsoft Mechanics Video featuring Viva Engage
Additionally, we released a walk-through video of Viva Engage on Microsoft Mechanics. I’ll show you a deep dive into how to build communities, share experiences with storyline and stories, a demo of the new leadership corner, Ask me Anything's and Answers within Microsoft Viva and more. Take a look and let us know how you are using Viva Engage in your organization.
Leadership Corner and Answers will be available in 2023 to licensed Viva suite users within the Viva Engage app.
New to Viva Engage? Find best practices and inspiration on how to make the most of communities, conversations, and storyline in the new Viva Lookbook. And find even more playbooks and resources in our Viva Engage Adoption Center.
Learn more about what’s new for Microsoft Viva on the Microsoft 365 blog by Seth Patton, check out the Microsoft Viva website, and explore the Viva Innovation Brochure for the latest and greatest on how Viva empowers everyone to be their best.
- Michael Holste