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NSFW: How to avoid 12 confusing ways to present data

Numbers are the universal language, but it’s not spoken well.

How you present data and information bleeds into everything you do — and it’s far reaching. Changing the daily conversation and being clearer about your point will change the culture. So, how do you take that data and information you have to present, and turn it into something that persuades? Something that changes the conversation?

The problem is often that the people with the data, and the insight into the business, spend more time explaining it than having a conversation about the business.

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Last week, Stephanie and myself  ran a webinar on how to avoid 12 confusing ways to present data.  By popular demand, we’re running it again this Friday, the 23rd at 1:00pm EST. If you’d like to sign up for the webinar, click here.

In the meantime, here is a sneak peek at the charts you need to avoid.

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Stephanie is a worldwide data presentation consultant and author of Presenting Data Effectively. She blogs at StephanieEvergreen.com. You can follow her on twitter @evergreendata.

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Gavin is a founding partner at fassforward consulting group. He blogs about PowerPoint, Presenting, Communication and Message Discipline at makeapowerfulpoint.com. You can follow him on twitter @powerfulpoint.

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