Presenting Data Visually (Onsite)
Expert presenters know that you've got to illustrate the meaning behind your data in order for it to produce an impact. When data is used correctly, it will clearly elevate your key insights. When used incorrectly, it will cause confusion or misinterpretation of your message and stall decision-making.
Capture the perfect snapshot of your most critical data with a clear visual story and call to action. Leveraging TPC’s key principles of data visualization, our Presenting Data Visually workshop arms teams with data storytelling best practices for creating compelling, easy-to-scan charts and tables using your organization’s brand standards.
Whether you’re presenting data to provide an internal update, gain approval, or influence your next customer, we'll help you turn your insights into actionable recommendations that drive the conversation forward.
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Who should attend?
Any role Anyone that works with data and needs to communicate insights through clear, easy-to-interpret visuals.
Any level From data wizards to the occasional data presenter, this workshop is designed to help all levels visualize their data insights.
Any Industry In today’s data-driven world, the ability to tell a concise, meaningful data story is critical—regardless of industry.
- Create and apply a data visualization strategy that helps your audience quickly interpret your message
- Identify what your audience needs from your data and fine tune your presentation for maximum relevance
- Highlight your key insights with design elements like color, size, and shape
- Minimize clutter and “noise” by removing extraneous slide information
- Take back hours in your day by leveraging a “grab and go” visual slide library to jumpstart visual thinking and reduce development time
Why choose TPC?
98.8% of participants say our training is a worthwhile career investment
4.93 out of 5 overall learner satisfaction scores
80% of our clients are repeat customers
Average rating 4.8
Affirming that simple slides with just the one big take-away is what presenters should be doing.
Focus on the story and presenting the message you want.
Examples and actual templates to help us think of how to better visualize our content on slides.
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