How To Tell Engaging Stories With Data [Webinar]
A Great Story Has The Power To Change Opinions, Inspire People, And Empower Change. Why? Because Stories Are Captivating, They Resonate With Us, And We Remember Them.
This webinar already took place, you can access the recorded webinar below.
HealthData+ is hosting a webinar on How to Tell Engaging Stories with Data.
The 45 minute webinar will take place on Tuesday, February 16th @ 11:00 AM PST.
The webinar will be hosted by Laura Saponara from the Public Health Institute and Anders Maul from LiveStories. In the webinar, Laura and Anders will share best practices around data storytelling, including:
The best ways to present your data.
How to make your writing more compelling.
Tips and tricks on how to find and select engaging imagery.
Examples of great stories from around the country.
Please join us as we explore ways to create stories that can build bridges between data and your audience.
Senior Communications Strategist
Public Health Institute
For HealthData+ at the Public Health Institute, Laura is focused on assisting health professionals to bring their data, research and recommendations to life through storytelling. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with leading-edge nonprofits and philanthropies to strengthen their overall communications programs. A seasoned trainer, Laura is eager to help you create authentic, well-conceived stories that illuminate smart steps toward more equity and better health. She holds a master’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Texas Austin. How does empathy play a role in health policy? Share your thoughts: @LauraTweetLaura or email@example.com
Anders Maul is Marketing Manager at LiveStories.com - an online data publishing platform that makes it easy for anyone to visualize, discuss, and present data. Anders has a background in business intelligence and has spent 6+ years analyzing and presenting business insights to executive management teams at small and large companies in Denmark, United Kingdom, China, and the United States. Twitter: @AndersMaul