The Present Beyond Measure Show: Data Visualization & Presentation Enlightenment for Digital Analytics
About This Show
Your one-stop shop for essential data visualization and presentation skills for digital marketers, analysts and BI practitioners. I'll show you how to create data visualizations and presentations quickly, how to hold your audience's attention, create compelling visuals inside and outside of your analytics and business intelligence platforms, and how to gain the confidence you need to rock the conference room (or stage). You'll learn data design best practices, Excel and PowerPoint formatting tricks, and ways to leverage Tableau for digital storytelling. We'll also be covering visualizing in analytics platforms like Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, and more. Special guests include Jim Sterne, June Dershewitz, Tim Wilson and Krista Seiden. If you're ready to present your Ideas and insights to inspire data-driven decisions, you're in the right place!Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Deeply Connecting with your Data Presentation Audience with Allison Hartsoe
4 days ago
Allison Hartsoe is a celebrated speaker in the digital analytics industry, the first guest of my Women in Analytics Spotlight Series, and in this episode, she shares her unique talent for navigating the intersection between presenting data, storytelling, and connecting with her audiences.
Allison is a highly successful serial entrepreneur who has founded three companies. She uses her understanding of the value of each and every customer to help companies build customer equity naturally.
Allison is passionate and experienced in analysis, which allows her to see future trends and relate them back to the tactical moves her clients need to make today.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn…
How Allison moved from a degree in Journalism to being a founder of three companies and a celebrated speaker in the digital analytics industry.
How she uses Social Proof to encourage her audience to let down their guards and gain their trust.
Her skill in watching people’s feet to determine their engagement with her presentations, and how she uses humor at set intervals, to help her audience stay engaged.
Her thoughts on data puke being her biggest pet peeve.
How she builds rapport within her presentation to help her audience find similarities and connect with her message.
How grit and relationships have helped her achieve success as a notable woman in the digital analytics field.
People, Resources, & Links Mentioned
Customer Experience Professionals Association
How to Keep Up with Allison:
Customer Equity Accelerator Podcast
To view the show notes & resources for this episode, visit LeaPica.com/034.Read more »
Episodes of This Show
Dec 22, 2017