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Data Storytelling

A tablespoon of the program:

Storytelling is intimately linked to “Narrative”, and “Narrative” is an abstract idea or general notion. often oversimplified. A “Narrative” is more than a series of facts, events, places, and names. 

Defining communication objectives, audiences, content and outcomes are some of the steps that you will incorporate into your current use of languages and codes and the way you tell stories in your professional and personal life. This journey will help you refine styles and tools you use to express verbally visually or in written languages and develop more effective discourse in different platforms and media.

Humans learn through histories and prefer processed information that raw data. Telling stories can be done from literature to data and image storytelling to filmmaking to Excel charts. Upgrade your language and storytelling skills by practising and testing communication pieces and measuring results. 


Aimed at: 

Company Executives, Managers and Administrators with responsibility for teams and problem-solving, Department Managers, Marketing Directors, Sales Directors, Heads of Area, Supervisors and Personnel linked to the Government, Industrial, Commercial or Services, Sales and Marketing  Teams, UX designers and engineers, Social Scientists,  Independent professionals, Entrepreneurs,



Take Away:

This learning experience will provide you and your team with communication capacities at different levels upgrading your ability to create and distribute professional or personal stories through content, media and AI resources, story building and narrative styles, visual references and resources, a new approach to your communication practises, a better communication context.


Keywords and related programs:

Storytelling, communication, information management, conceptualisation, data delivery, consumer engagement, business skills, discourse, language. 

Train and Master your AIDeciphering Data,Digital Rights, Data Visualisation and Analytics

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