Leadership is one of the most important aspects of any organization, and statistics is no exception. Good leadership can help a field grow and shape the future, while bad leadership can lead to stagnation or even ruin. In this episode, we discuss what leadership means for statisticians, how we develop
Interview with Helen Packham Are you struggling with your presentations? How would storytelling increase the interest of your listeners? How does audience relatability help in improving the way you can connect with them effectively? How will establishing rapport with your audience affect the overall value of your message and how
In this last part of the leadership series with Gary Sullivan, we talk about the next steps, you can take to work on your leadership skills. We cover the following areas: Books Mentoring Role of supervisors Podcasts Mastermind groups Courses Never miss an episode of The Effective Statistician Join hundreds
Does Multi-tasking help or harm you? How could you handle the desire to multitask more effectively? What fallacies about multitasking does the world currently believe? Are there ways to be more productive other than multitasking? How does focus change the way we function in any form of industry? This podcast
Interview with Daniel Saure Indirect comparisons and network-meta analyses play a rising role in our world. A pubmed search provides 240 hits for the term network meta-analysis in 2011. This increased to 3223 in ten years later 2021 – more than 13 times more! There are many problems you can
In this second part of the interview with Gary (check here for part 1), we speak about the building blocks of leadership without authority from a statistician’s perspective. We cover questions like: Is influence the same as power? What is the role of trust, what are the different elements of
Interview with Coline Zeballos How does information technology help reduce the statistical margin of mistakes? How does leadership come into play when creating programs designed to effectively manage statistical data? How does open-source culture in informatics development in statistics help in creating innovative technology to increase research validity? Does open-source
What makes persistence one of the most important factors of being a leader?How does persistence among leaders in statistics affect the results of their work?How could persistence translate into understandable and actionable results?How can a persistent leader drive change?How does clear vision help leaders develop persistence in reaching their goals?
Interview with Gary Sullivan The Leadership program is now open and in this bonus episode, we go into some key questions about statisticians and leadership that may help you decide on your next steps. Here are the following key questions: Never miss an episode of The Effective Statistician Join hundreds
Interview with Josephine Wolfram How do real-world data variables change the overall value of a clinical study?How does clinical study make it to the implementation stage and how is this strengthened through the use of RWEs?How does Real World Evidence validate the data and results that are presented in clinical
Interview with Julia Carter Getting things done through others is a key part or even the definition of leadership and her clients face often the same situation as statisticians. They need to convince people rather than command them. In this episode, we have our first non-statistician as a guest. Julia
What makes a statistician more valuable to an organization?How does a statistician’s work culture differ from working in a large company to working with a smaller organization?Would statisticians be able to bring more value to their work, especially when working with smaller companies? When the term “statistician” comes to mind,
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