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TABLEAU AND DASHBOARDS FOR MANAGING LARGE DATA REPORTING
January 12, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST$249
The government’s emphasis on grant performance, accountability and alignment makes it critical to take charge of your data. That’s why a dashboard can make such a difference in achieving program success.
But how do you build a dashboard with the right components for your data? How do you import data from multiple sources? How do you share the dashboard? And how will your team members use the dashboard to turn data into meaningful PowerPoints, Excel packages and more?
This new webinar provides the answers—plus guidance on an app that makes it easy to build and use your dashboard effectively.
Register now for Tableau and Dashboards for Managing Large Data Reporting.
In this one-hour webinar, Liz Ojeda (CEO of Workforce TAG) explains how to create a dashboard that brings all your data together into meaningful insights and powerful visuals for your next report or proposal.
Using Tableau to create a seamless process. You’ll learn how Tableau helps you build the right components into your dashboard and then lets you clean up data, create visuals and share your dashboard and export it as a PowerPoint presentation, Excel package or to a listed server. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.
Reserve your space now for expert guidance on managing large data reporting more easily and with better outputs, including:
- What Tableau is about and how it connects data and your dashboard
- How to import data from multiple sources
- Basic steps for building dashboards with your data
- How to subscribe to Tableau
Come away from this workshop ready to turn data into sharper reports for making proposals, demonstrating performance and managing grants.
Who Will Benefit:
This webinar is of value to all grant professionals looking to build a dashboard for working with data. Attendees who will benefit most include:
- Grants Writers
- Development Directors
- Program Directors
Liz Ojeda, is the CEO for Workforce TAG LLC based in Denver. Workforce TAG helps small businesses and non-profits achieve program success with new funding through metrics and operations solutions.
Liz was the Program Manager for 13 years with the City and County of Denver Workforce Services and coordinated grant processes and research. She successfully led the $6.2 million Ready To Work grant which provided upskilling and reskilling for job seekers in IT and Advanced Manufacturing. Liz has served in both government, corporate, and small business roles for over 30 years and has led several non-profit organizations in her community.