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Presenting Workforce Data to the Board/Executives
Understand the critical importance of HOW you present your workforce planning data when presenting to the Board or a certain committee! Presentations to the board or to committees require great attention to detail, not only in reference to the data being presented, but also to the audience, as well as to the goal that you want to achieve. If there is bad news to be presented or challenging concepts that require a great deal of consideration, you will have a different presentation than if you are reporting positive results on a project that already has the backing of the audience. There is a bit of art and science to creating and presenting information, especially information with a lot of data.
You will learn how to package information to avoid misinterpretation. By looking at the same information presented in multiple formats you will see how data can persuade the thinking processes of your audience. Choosing the right format for the audience, data and project objectives should not be considered manipulative, but as beneficial in making the appropriate point.
Seeing information presented in snapshots of time versus seeing information trending can drastically impact decision making.
More items to be discussed will include the following:
•       What data should be shared in person vs. what information should be forwarded in advance to a discussion
•       When do you need to present information individually and what is the impact of a group presentation or discussion
•       Your workforce decisions have far reaching impact throughout the corporation’s finances, efficiencies and reputation. Presenting information to get the right decisions involving the workforce is critical to the organizations success.
05/08/2012 8:50 am o'clock
05/08/2012 9:50 am o'clock
Kristen Monsey
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Who should participate:

Business leaders, HR managers, Workforce Analysts, Workforce Strategy professionals, anyone involved in Organizational Development or Talent Management; anyone engaged in planning a project regarding strategic workforce planning, workforce analytics or any organizational change strategy.

What you will learn:

1- Learn to give presentations with the purpose of educating and persuading the various audiences you need to move your workforce planning project forward; 2- Learn the different ways to present the same data for different perspectives; 3- Get tips to assess who in your audience needs which type of data.

Recommended Resources:

http://www.aquire.com/workforce_planning_and_analytics
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