Topic: Converting Data & Text into Memorable Visuals
You’ve most likely sat through countless meetings, reviewing business metrics, data and information.
In these PowerPoint presentations, the important business information and data was most likely captured in text alone, listing all the pertinent numbers, percentages and metrics.
Transforming data and information into a visual representation will not only create a more palatable medium for your audience but will also increase comprehension and overall retention of the information.
It’s said that visual information gets to the brain at a rate of 60,000 times faster than text alone! In this roundtable, Sofia Arisheh will walk you through the key principles of transforming your business data into strong visual PowerPoint slides for senior leadership, executives and clients.
* Participants are required to bring their laptops as this is an interactive session. PowerPoint will be required for the hands-on exercises *
Sofia Arisheh is the Principal of Upskill Consulting, a Human Resources (HR) Consulting firm based in Langley, BC, offering tailored HR support, services and solutions to the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver regions. With over13 years of senior level HR experience, Sofia has an in-depth understanding of how to help organizations bridge their HR strategy with their business strategy, always building a stronger focus on people practices to translate into better business results. A lifelong learner at heart, Sofia’s passion lies in learning and development.
Her focus on training has included developing robust training strategies and designing and delivering Canada-wide and international corporate training programs for small to mid-sized companies and multi-national corporations.
Kim Braidwood is an Organizational Development (OD) consultant. She has consulted and coached start-ups, small businesses, and larger organizations including Non Profits.
Prior to this she was the sole proprietor/director of a retail business (ladies fashion) for over 17 years where she developed and led all aspects of the business including organizational design, marketing, merchandising, and HR. She sold the business to a private buyer to raise her daughter. During that time she pursued her love of learning and further developed skills and knowledge in Leadership and organizational development.
She completed the award of achievement in sustainable (people, profit, planet) business management at UBC, which led to completing a MA in Leadership at Royal Roads University and now she is a CPHR Candidate.
Jenny Lau is an experienced Human Resources professional, with focuses on Benefits, Payroll and Compensation. She possess the CPHR designation, Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) from WorldatWork, and Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) designation from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. Currently she works for Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) Canada as the Benefits Specialist, serving clients in all sizes and different industries. JLT Canada is one of the world's leading providers of insurance, reinsurance and employee benefits related advice, brokerage and associated services.
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||January 7, 2019