Impactful Reporting

An approach for ensuring your reports and dashboards hit the mark

Next public workshop:
27th May 2021
1pm - 5pm

About the Workshop

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It is an interactive, four hour online workshop aimed at providing analysts with an approach and framework for developing impactful reports with effective commentary and interpretation. 

The workshop is facilitated by Steve Hulmes and delivered via Zoom.

Who is it for?

Anyone who's job it is to turn data into insights and/or reports.

Once you've had your head buried in the details of a piece of analysis, it can be difficult to shift your perspective and ensure your outputs are intuitive to your audience. Many analysts take a bottom-up, data -led approach to designing their outputs but this rarely hits the mark for stakeholders.

This workshop can help you take a different approach to report design that will connect with your audience.

Who is it for?

What's covered?

This workshop helps analysts to design well structured, intuitive reports enhanced with effective commentary and interpretation.

Using a needs-based, hierarchical approach, participants learn how to develop clear, simple and coherent reports that filter unnecessary detail but deliver insights as succinctly as possible to stakeholders. 

What are the fees?

Workshops are limited to 8 participants

Public Workshop


Private Workshop


(up to 8 participants)

Discounts are available for multiple bookings and non-profit organisations

What is it?

What Participants Say

"Very informative.  Very focused on service needs and delivery to external providers. "

"I enjoyed this workshop and learnt a lot from the Hierarchical report section."

"Delivered to a high standard and very engaging. It was a very relevant workshop for the Analysts and would highly recommend it."

"This was another really useful workshop.  For me personally I found the hierarchical summarizing and interpretation and commentary most instructive, especially trying to put these into practice in the exercises."

"Very useful. The hierarchical approach is something I plan on utilising for both reporting and when creating narratives."