With a good deal of experience, you have learned to craft strong questions and generate nuanced answers using data. All of which seems to be lost anytime you present to someone outside of your department. People never seem to get it. Worse, they can be frustrated at not understanding your hard work.
Join our webinar on Thursday, April 20 from 1:30 to 2:30 pm ET as Christopher Laubenthal will explain why that is happening and how to connect better with those who have lower levels of data literacy than you.
Data visualization expert, Christopher Laubenthal shares:
- Why communication design is important
- Four major areas of concern when presenting your data
- What is design hierarchy and why it matters
- Actionable ways to convey the main message to the audience
With over 15 years of experience working with data, Christopher Laubenthal focuses on innovating the current and creating the unexpected to enable better data use in a business setting. He is the data design manager at The DeBruce Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to innovating the way people look for, prepare for and pursue careers. Christopher helps leaders tell data stories, increase engagement and work to close that insight-to-action gap.
All attendees will receive the ebook: Refine: Revise Your Data Projects for Maximum ROI. Download the first two ebooks in the series here: Define: Laying the Foundation for Successful Data Analysis and Prepare: Avoid Common Pitfalls by Analyzing the Right Data.