What can you learn from Leanardo Da Vinci on how to put things into perspective?
Do you struggle with learning about data communication?
How important is data visualization?
Storytelling is one of the great leadership things that play a role in communication. Through stories, you can get the alignment, you can influence others, and you can have an impact on others. It's one of the pieces of a puzzle to be an effective statistician.
What can you learn from Leonardo Da Vinci on how to put things into perspective?
Do you struggle with data communication?
How important is data visualization?
Do you have great ideas but struggling to implement them?
Is having an idea and just being right already good enough?
What can you do to convince your supervisor?
How can you help others understand your point of view?
Do you have the right tools on how to make things work?
In this episode, I'm speaking with two members of The Effective Statistician Leadership program. One is coming from academia and one is from a pharmaceutical organization - they both have interesting and inspiring success stories.
Do you have what it takes to be a leader?
What skills can you learn from the leadership program?
What is the mastermind concept?
How can the leadership program help you become a better influencer?
In this interview, I’m speaking with two leadership students, Sam and Ludi, on what they have developed throughout The Effective Statistician Leadership program. You’ll learn a lot about how leadership helps you to achieve your goals at work and how it also helps you to increase your job satisfaction.
Have you thought about being a leader?
Do you feel responsible or afraid of taking the lead?
Are you equipped enough to be one?
Our definition of leadership is the ability to consistently deliver value to an organization or a cause by inspiring others to take a specific direction or action when they truly have the freedom of choice to do otherwise.
Do others not help you?
Are they making your life hard?
Is your company bad?
Does your compound suck and hinders your work productivity?
A lot of people complain about almost everything.
Statisticians tend to be more on the introvert side and there are discussions that introverts are more likely to have a victim mentality.
Frank has something in common with Benjamin and myself - we all studied statistics in Göttingen and learned and researched in non-parametric statistics. Afterwards, we went into different paths. Whereas Benjamin started at a CRO and I joined large pharma organizations, Frank continued on the academic track.
He recently became Professor at the famous Charitee in Berlin, where he’s still dedicating a lot of research to the field of non-parametric statistics. However, he’s not an ivory tower researcher but also applies these approaches in the medical research he’s taking part in.
Learn about a whole universe of different approaches, which will help you overcome many limitations of the methods, which you’re using daily.
Why do you think many of these “subgroup” projects are a headache for statisticians?
Have you felt frustrations about such projects yourself?
What are the steps to avoid or at least minimize these frustrations?
Do you have the same questions in mind? These are some of the questions Necdet will be and sharing with us.
This episode is based on a presentation at PSI 2019. Necdet won The Effective Statistician Best Presenter award for the amazing delivery of the presentation. But not only the delivery was excellent - the content will help you a lot.
Are you curious about why and how I started The Effective Statistician?
What's in it for you?
Why I'm passionate about it?