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Now That You Got My Attention, What Do You Want: Making The Compelling Argument To The Boss When Bud

Thursday, May 09, 2019, 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM
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Keri Larson
National PRSA
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ou have been working months on your research and your rationale for your killer campaign and finally you get that coveted ½ hour with the boss to make your case. Now what? Instead of sweaty palms and sleepless nights, this webinar will teach you the top 5 mistakes to avoid when you finally get to make the pitch to the boss, along with tips for acing your presentation. Today, we are being tasked with providing more quantitative data, more analysis and more reporting. But we also have little time to spend on exploring all the details. So, when you have the attention of the decision makers, you need to make metrics and numbers more relevant, meaningful and memorable. And that is where data visualization becomes your secret weapon. When done right, data visualization can help your colleagues and your boss not only understand and retain information, but it also lends credibility to your message. Join us for this webinar to learn the importance of data visualization and gain valuable tips to improve the delivery of data and analysis in your presentations to impact how you are perceived. And nothing builds collaboration like storytelling. Data storytelling allows you to build your case, and answer the all-important questions your boss is going to ask such as: What is working? What is not working? What will success look like? What will I get for my money? And in all cases – WHY? By mastering the art of data visualization, you can build trust and respect, gain credibility, and create collaboration among your peers and your colleagues. It may not get you the promotion you are hoping for, but it may get you the budget approval you wanted from the boss!