Thinking vs Presenting on a Mac

Thinking about a topic requires us to analyze what we know about data. Presenting requires us to shift perspective to what we want to show about data. Presentation software and common business wisdom blurs this boundary and leads to "chart junk" that makes presentations hard to do or leads to an unconvincing presentation. Used appropriately, Apple
Keynote, or MicroSoft Power Point can be applied for either analysis or presentation, but two Mac third party applications:  Curio and OmniGraffle can expand your options.

Time: 30-40 minutes plus Q&A = about 50-60 minutes. Inspirational and empowerment presentation for employee orientation, member enrichment programs, executive retreats, leadership circles. This talk is exceptionally helpful to scientists and engineers who must work with sales departments.
Speaker: Ashley Grayson

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