#022 – Why Storytelling with Data Is So Dang Hard (And So Important) with Rachel Stuve

lindsay guest podcast Rachel Stuve

Are you looking to better bridge the communication gap between technical teams and leadership decisions?

On this episode of the Workplace Communication Podcast, we’re talking to Rachel Stuve to learn more about the importance of storytelling for data professionals.

Rachel shares how storytelling can help leadership teams better understand data to make better and more informed decisions.

Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:

🎙️ Democratizing technology for increased accessibility

🎙️ Controlling for bias in machine learning

🎙️ The importance of data transparency

🎙️ Using data visualizations to tell stories

🎙️ Balancing data quality and completeness with decision-making

Rachel is a technical and strategic leader with 15+ years of experience and passion for analytics and data-driven decision making, innovation, and proactive guidance for small to mid-sized to Fortune 100 companies.

She specializes in strategic alignment, analytics software sales (Sales Support and Sales Operations for Pre-Sales and Post-Sales), Customer Journey, and building data CoEs.

Rachel is very active in the Atlanta analytics and startup communities.

If you’re looking to bridge the gap between data professionals and leadership teams, then this episode is for you!

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Rachel’s contact information:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-stuve/

Leading data conversations article: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/activity-6707749748079661056-CAJg

Lindsay’s contact information:

To book a discovery call: https://calendly.com/lindsaylapaquette/discovery-call

Website: https://lindsaylapaquette.com/

Free e-course: Free Yourself from Workplace Conflict and Confrontation

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindsaylapaquette/

Lindsay Lapaquette

Lindsay Lapaquette

Lindsay Lapaquette, M.Sc.(A) works with middle managers who want to communicate authentically so they can effectively lead their teams without losing themselves. As a former Speech-Language Pathologist, Lindsay applies her expertise in the neuroscience of communication and connection to help managers foster an environment of trust and respect in their teams, so that everyone can bring their best selves to work.

Lindsay’s approach has been profoundly influenced by her work with First Nations organizations, her experience as a parent to two neurodivergent children, and the premature loss of both of her parents. These experiences have taught Lindsay great lessons about the power of excellent people skills that extend well beyond her professional expertise.

Lindsay Lapaquette

Lindsay Lapaquette

Lindsay Lapaquette, M.Sc.(A) works with middle managers who want to communicate authentically so they can effectively lead their teams without losing themselves. As a former Speech Language Pathologist, Lindsay applies her expertise in the neuroscience of communication and connection to help managers foster an environment of trust and respect in their teams, so that everyone can bring their best selves to work.

Lindsay’s approach has been profoundly influenced by her work with First Nations organizations, her experience as a parent to two children with pervasive mental health challenges, and the premature loss of both of her parents. These experiences have taught Lindsay great lessons about the power of excellent people skills that extend well beyond her professional expertise.

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