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Data Presentation Fundamentals

Communicating Data Effectively

One of the greatest challenges in presenting data is understanding how to communicate it effectively. In this course, you’ll learn about the most important points to bear in mind when deciding how to communicate using data, and explore several frameworks you can use to structure your points and arguments.

Beginner        9 Lessons        30 Minutes        CPD Credits
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About This Course

Analysis and communication are two very different skills, but you need to excel at both if you want your work to have the greatest impact. In this course, you’ll learn how to mine your data for the real story you want it to tell.

Across nine lessons, you’ll learn how to extract the most impactful insights from your data and know how to reach your given audience with the answers they need.

By the end of the course, you should feel excited about investigating your own analysis and creating the most engaging presentation of all your hard work.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Learn what data communication is
  • Understand the audience you are communicating with
  • Obtain insights and identify relevant data
  • Identify useful and effective metrics
  • Implement the Pyramid Principle and MECE framework

Lessons

1. Overview of Data Communication
2. Generating Insights from Data
3. Identifying your Audience
4. Finding the Right Data
5. Generating Metrics
6. The Importance of Narrative

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7. Using the Pyramid Principle
8. Making MECE Arguments
9. A MECE Example
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When you earn internationally-recognized certificates, you increase confidence. And when you enhance your ability, speed and accuracy, you increase your employability.

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