- Insight Analyst, National Charity
When shouldn't you use a bar chart? Want to know how you can present your data more effectively?
You've spent hours gathering your data and working it into a document you can share with your stakeholders (funders, trustees, supporters) but they come back underwhelmed, or questioning what you are sharing with them. This course is designed to help combat those data blues! Find out how you can present data more effectively to your stakeholders.
Our course will share some simple rules for presenting your data and help you think through some examples to get you started.
What will I get from this course?
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I got into the charity sector because I wanted to make a difference. I’d
been working for Lloyds Bank, working as a data analyst. I wanted to
bring my skills into the sector, spot patterns in data, allow charities
to use their data to gain insights and make changes. I wanted to do more
analysis. But I kept coming across the same hurdle, data just wasn’t in
the right state for me to get my teeth into. People were spending hours
just doing some simple reports, so there was no time to dig deeper into
all the rich data that was being collected. So, I decided, that needed
to change. I recognised there was no need to be creating all this stress
and that much of the reporting took a lot longer than it should. I
started taking charities through simple 4 step processes, to help them
improve the way that data was recorded, reported on and analysed. But I
suddenly realised that I didn’t need to be there to take you through
So, I created 4 courses, with 4 simple steps - well simple once you do the course!
This is not a training course. It’s not a webinar you sign up to, write
some notes which get stored away at the bottom of a pile. It’s a course
that guides you through step-by-step, with all the resources you need
to apply the 4 steps in your organisation, in your own time. And, our
online community means you’re not alone.