Presentations That Persuade Online: Creating Power Visuals

Featuring data visualization expert Scott Berinato, author of the book Good Charts and Harvard Business Review articles including “Visualizations That Really Work” and “Dataviz: Making Smarter, More Persuasive Data Visualizations”.
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Complimentary Webinar

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM US Eastern
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM US Central
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM US Mountain
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM US Pacific
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM GMT

Webinar Overview

A good visualization can communicate the nature and potential impact of information and ideas more powerfully than any other form of communication can. For a long time, “dataviz” was left to specialists—data scientists and professional designers—but no longer. 

A new generation of simple tools and massive amounts of available data make it easy for anyone to create visualizations that communicate ideas far more effectively than generic spreadsheet charts ever could.

In this interactive HBR webinar, Berinato will show how making a persuasive online presentation demands much more than a set of static rules for creating visualizations. He will explain how presenters can tap into both well-established and cutting-edge research in visual perception and neuroscience, as well as the emerging field of visualization science, to make the kind of good charts (and avoid the bad ones) that create “feelings behind our eyes.” Along the way, Berinato will include many engaging vignettes from dataviz pros, illustrating the ideas from Good Charts in practice.

If you want to make more persuasive presentations by turning plain, uninspiring charts that merely present data into smart, effective visualizations that convey ideas and compel your audience to act, join Scott Berinato and HBR on November 9. 

About the Speaker

Scott Berinato Senior Editor Harvard Business Review      

Scott Berinato

Senior Editor
Harvard Business Review




Scott Berinato is a senior editor at Harvard Business Review. In addition to editing features for the magazine, he has championed the use of visual storytelling and data visualization at HBR. He is the author of Good Charts: The HBR Guide to Making Smarter, More Persuasive Data Visualizations.