Part 2 of our guidance on communicating technical topics to non-technical audiences.

Often, presenters and the audience want to be in technical briefings about the same amount, which is to say, not much. However, such briefings are essential. Non-technical team members need a certain level of technical understanding to effectively communicate about products with customers, suppliers, and external parties. What's more, this knowledge is necessary for them to understand the nuances of your work and provide the support you need. While these sessions can sometimes be challenging, they are career-enhancing, and there are ways to make them more manageable. In this guidance, we'll tell you how.

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  • How do I dumb down technical topics for non-technical audiences?
  • Why do non-technical audiences need technical briefings?
  • What do I get out of briefing non-technical audiences?

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