Data storytelling – virtual communication skills

This is a virtual event, hosted on Zoom, so you can attend from any location.

If you’re a technical expert – a lawyer, finance professional, researcher, policy expert, IT professional – then you already know that there are times when it’s hard to engage your audiences.

Now that the world has moved online, the opportunity for engagement with the audiences that you need to influence is greater than ever before. You might want to:

  • Educate your customers by sharing your expertise
  • Run a public consultation to inform your research
  • Highlight the impact of a recent change in your industry
  • Promote the results of a recent discovery
  • Engage young people and their families as a recruitment opportunity
  • Seal your reputation with a keynote that informs

Whether you create YouTube videos or host online events to reach your audiences, the principles are the same. You want to create engaging content that speaks to your audience and their needs.

Attend this event to find out how to turn your data into a story that your audience wants to hear. At this event you’ll learn how to:

  • Turn your data into a narrative that captivates and engages
  • Tell stories like a Netflix screenwriter
  • Get the balance right between style and substance to influence your audiences

Come join us for a lively, engaging event that will help you to become ‘storyteller-in-chief’.

About me, Camilla Long

From software developer in Japan to stockbroker in London, I now use my experience of selling to some of the largest corporates in the world to empower people to speak with confidence and conviction. I’m a public speaking coach – used to helping people to find their voice. I help busy lawyers and accountants to build thriving practices by helping their teams to realise their potential. I help commercial directors make sure that their team’s performance measures up their ambitious growth plans. I help business owners to encourage their teams to be brand ambassadors for their business. And I’d like you to join me at this event to think differently about how you tell stories with your data.