Today we’re answering a question from the listeners. As nearly everybody will need to train non-statisticians sooner or later, this is a relevant topic. Unfortunately, lots of the trainings fall short and leave the audience confused and even bored.
This episode helps you to make your training engaging, interesting and useful. Such a training will help you to build your reputation as an expert as well as a great person to work with. It’s an awesome experience for non-statistician, if they have a light-bulb moment while being trained on statistics.
Listen to the episode and learn about these 11 tips to make your training successful:
- Start with a relevant example
- Collect questions upfront and track progress of answering them during the training
- Create regular meetings to engage people
- Interrupt your presentations with asking questions
- Use contrasts to show the impact
- Have a physician first introduce the example study
- Don’t shy away from speaking to very basic things like p-values
- Prefer white board over slides
- Use technology for your advantage in virtual settings
- Make pre-read easy
- Collect feedback
Please share this episodes with your colleagues for them to deliver better trainings as well.
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