Bring the numbers to life with commercial insight

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Bring the numbers to life with commercial insight

Thursday, 12 December 2019
09:30 to 16:30

Chartered Accountants' Hall, One Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA


Have you ever been challenged to ‘be more commercial’ or to ‘tell the story behind the numbers’? Would you like to learn how to bring your data to life, to earn your seat around the table to influence the strategic agenda? Or would you like to inject some new life and soul into your monthly management reports, to grow your impact and gravitas? 

Course overview

Are your reports lacking commercial impact? Are you bored of giving the same messages each month and using the same slides and visuals? If so, this is the course for you. You’ll learn how to develop commercial insight, bring your numbers to life, and engage your audience with power visuals. Bring a current report or presentation along and see your numbers quite literally come to life as you apply the techniques live in the workshop. Your reports and presentations will never be the same again, and you’ll feel more confident having commercial conversations.

Learning outcomes:

  • How to transform data into insight and build your commercial credibility.
  • What it means to ‘be commercial’ and how to demonstrate commercial awareness.
  • How to boil down long reports into simple, succinct key messages.
  • How to deliver key messages using a simple story-telling technique.
  • The 5 simple visuals that are perfect for making financial data to easy to understand and insightful.
  • How to use powerful slides and visuals to convey your message.
  • Learn the number one secret to bringing numbers to life.

Who should attend

This introductory course is aimed at finance professionals who want to increase the impact of their reports to support the business find commercial solutions.

Also included

Excel and PowerPoint templates making it easy to implement the learning (emailed after the event).















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