Aug 24, 2017
CU Employee
  • Aug 24, 2017 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Webex Recording below
  • Latest Activity: Aug 27, 2017

Presenter - Daniel Kimble - CEO of Resonance Executive Coaching, a Silicon Valley-based firm specializing in peak performance and leadership for CEOs and executives

Big data is worth very little if it’s not boiled down to a few key insights, and presented in a way that inspires people to take bold new action that drives stronger business results.

 There is too often a big gap between what big data executives intuitively understand about the insights their data provides, and their ability to influence other stakeholders with the insights and compelling opportunities derived from the data.

 The truth is that what drives people more than anything else is hearing compelling, personalized stories that clearly illustrate the insights and the new business opportunities the data reveal.

 In this interactive webinar, you will learn the reasons why executives are most inspired by stories, and how to construct and deliver your own compelling stories from your big data insights.

 Storytelling skill is part art and part craft.  Many believe you either have it or you don’t.  In actuality, it’s very much a learnable skill.  This skill is most crucial for big data executives where business insights and opportunities can be huge, and the ability to convey that information in a way that inspires non-technical executives is paramount. 

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