Visual Measurement Dashboards — Tell Your Impact Story

When:
October 18, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
2017-10-18T12:00:00-04:00
2017-10-18T13:00:00-04:00
Where:
Northeastern University and Online
40 Belvidere St
Boston, MA 02115
USA
Cost:
$0 - $20
Contact:

Join us either live or online!

Wouldn’t you love to be able to share a report each month or quarter that makes it easy to understand what your communications programs are accomplishing? How about using data to tell a story that helps you build a case for more resources?

What we’ll cover:

  • How Visual Dashboards help demonstrate communication impact
  • Three dashboard design principles
  • Designing intuitive visuals

Join Northeastern University’s Carl Zangerl for this special session on creating visual dashboards. The session will be offered live at Northeastern University and via webinar.

Directions for the live session:

The College of Professional Studies building address is 40 Belvidere Street, with the lobby entrance opposite the reflecting pool on the Christian Science Plaza. The Orange Line stop at Mass Ave is two blocks from the building, as is the Green Line E Branch stop at Symphony. Underground parking is available at the Christian Science Plaza Garage.

About the Presenter:

Carl Zangerl is the Faculty Director of Graduate Communication and Human Resources Management Programs at Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies. He earned his doctorate from the University of Illinois and MPA from New York University. Dr. Zangerl has been teaching in the MS in Corporate and Organizational Communication program since 2005, including a course in communication measurement and assessment.

Prior to joining Northeastern’s faculty, he was the director of executive and field communication for New England Financial, a subsidiary of MetLife. During a 23-year career at New England Financial, he was responsible for a wide range of communication activities, from webmaster to executive speechwriter to brand manager in support of a nationwide sales force of financial advisors. He has also been active in the Boston Chapter of IABC, serving as the VP for Professional Development between 2005 and 2009.

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