How data is presented can affect decision making, and “Yes” it is your responsibility to present data in the best manner possible. Q: Are you serious about your data… or are you decorating? A: Find out in this webinar.
This course will introduce the theory of looking at data with fresh eyes and mindset. It challenges the old-fashioned styles and rules. Data presentation will no longer look drab or ordinary, but instead, professional and interesting.
You will also Learn some technical tips and tricks, for instance, one of the best kept secrets about chart creation: How to do the work once, and use it over and over again.
Attend this webinar and you will see the difference and be proud to present your data message at the next board meeting!
Why you should Attend
The goal of this webinar is to challenge the old belief that data is boring, and to turn that belief into excitement that data empowers the decision makers with crystal clear messaging.
Have you ever looked at a confusing chart and wondered why you can’t understand what it’s telling you? The problem is NOT you. It is the chart.
Attend this webinar and you will see side-by-side examples of good vs bad charts, you will see the difference between old fashioned data layout and the new theory of data presentation. And you will view some technical sections inside Excel that will help you when it’s time to design your new chart.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Theory of Patterns in Data Presentation
- Chart Tools Ribbon
- Charting Tips, Tricks, Short Cuts
- Chart Elements and Color
- “Save As Template”
- Determine the appropriate chart type for your data
- Manipulate the chart for visual clarity
- Review and technically apply data presentation techniques
- Review tools that assist instead of a full chart: Conditional formats and Sparklines
Who Will Benefit
- Financial consultants
- Human Resource
- Logistics & Supply Chain
- Medical Devices
- Any person that is tasked with presenting data for reports or decision making
Andy Lanning, owner, trainer, and Chief Nerd of Computer Software Training, LLC.
Andy has 25+ years of experience teaching computer software in the corporate and university environments. She teaches basic to advanced levels in most Microsoft Office programs. She is adjunct faculty at Boise State University, since 1994 to present, where she specializes in computer training for the Center for Professional Development. She also travels to teach at company conferences across the U.S.
Andy’s background includes corporate training, private training, and freelance data analysis. She has recorded several online training courses for Udemy.com, GoSkills.com, and in her career has delivered hundreds of courses and webinars on a variety of Microsoft topics.