Framing Information For The Audience

Tuning Conversations to Spend Time More Efficiently

  1. Consider your audience’s interests — Is this typically a person that likes to know more about methodology in addition to results? Are they typically high-level leaders that are more interested in the impact on the organization or the budget rather than method?
  2. How will these changes impact the other person’s work? — What do they do in their day-to-day that may be affected by your statement?
  3. What specific follow up actions can they take to help you? — If they were to take one action to help you, what should they do?

SWE @ Nuro | Formerly Facebook/Google | Yale ’18 |

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