Presenting Figures

Extra online module

Figures make the world go around. Ask any accountant. But most people think figures are dull and boring. That’s not true – figures give us a direct route to understanding complex matters. But it’s still so easy to stumble into the pitfall of purposely making figures hard to understand. You want to include months 2 and 3, and insert that +10%, and stick in that 3-D graph with double axes and a forecast. In this module, we show you how to use figures to reinforce your story.

Because you can turn presenting figures into a party! And just like at every party, you’ve got to mingle, mix and connect with your guests. That’s exactly what you learn in this extra module. It’s all about ensuring others understand exactly what you mean. We recommend adding this module to another live training. But you’re also welcome to take it separately.

Smiling young man with black shirt and black hair in front of a green wall

What do I want to say vs. what do I want others to hear

How do I make difficult data easy?

I want my audience to instantly see what I see

I want to wake them up with figures!

What do we have to tell you?

Programme

  • Get to the core of your message
  • Make complex subject matter easy
  • Add personality
  • Concrete tips and advice
  • Feedback you can put into practice straightaway

The training course takes 3 hours and is held via MS Teams or Zoom. The price is €497 per person, excluding VAT. The dates have been set. The training will go ahead if we have at least 4 participants. The maximum number of participants is 6.

Training dates

To be determined

Training venue

Online

They loved it

Happy Talks

 

Extraordinary training. Feels very different than other training on the same subject. I was impressed and the training proves that doing it right delivers the message. The message was delivered :-).

Martin Kazik

Never boring again

 

Maarten knew how to make presenting figures really fun! I will especially remember adding that personal element. Never present boring stuff again!

Frans Akkermans