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The podcast from statisticians for statisticians to have a bigger impact at work. This podcast is set up in association with PSI - Promoting Statistical Insight. This podcast helps you to grow your leadership skills, learn about ongoing discussions in the scientific community, build you knowledge about the health sector and be more efficient at work. This podcast helps statisticians at all levels with and without management experience. It is targeted towards the health, but lots of topics wi ...
 
We would like to introduce 'Stories in Public Health', a podcast for new and aspiring public health professionals. Join as we travel around Sydney interviewing the people in public health that we most look up to! Download our podcast and: • Be inspired by public health professionals who are leaders in their fields • Learn about how they got to where they are, and what motivates them to work in public health. • Stay up-to-date with the latest public health practice from the real world and hav ...
 
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Interview with Victoria Gamerman In this episode, Victoria and I talk about the following points: What is design thinking? Why is it important? What are the different aspects of design thinking? What are the examples for application of design thinking within data science and statistics? Reference: Design Thinking Comes of Age…
 
Very tricky situation! In this episode, I will show you through this example how you can get what you need and have the other person feel good about it. Does this sound like manipulation? No, this is finding a common way that helps everybody. Listen to this episode now and share this with your friends and colleagues!…
 
Interview with Stephen Bungay In this episode, you will take a lot of learnings for your everyday life. Specifically, we also discuss the following: How did the Romans and French organize their military? What can we learn from the military's way? How to give support and boundaries the right way? How to take action? How to achieve good results? List…
 
In today's episode, I am sharing about my experience I had earlier in my career when I was working on a lot of different publications with different physicians who were responsible with these studies. Listen to this episode and share this with your friends and colleagues who can learn from it!By Alexander Schacht and Benjamin Piske, biometricians, statisticians and leaders in the pharma industry
 
Book review with Stuart McGuire You will see from our discussion the AHA moments Stuart had by reading this book and the important points I've learned. Here are a few, we dive in more deeply: How to be good in negotiation Separate the people from the problem Focus on interests, not positions Work together to create opinions that will satisfy both p…
 
It seems to be the curse of our time. Being busy. Being overwhelmed. Not reaching our goals. Feeling bad about working too long and not spending enough time with our loved ones or for other relevant activities like sports and meeting friends. I often get asked about how I can get all these things done. Having a great career with consistent promotio…
 
Interview with Mike Smith Mike and I discuss innovation and the different factors that affect it. We specifally mention the following points: Time is equally valuable Make time to play Be curious Play with purpose Culture effect Say 'yes' to opportunities Look for supportive managers Delivery is more important Failure Fail early. Fail often. Blamel…
 
Here are some major causes of failure: Lack of Ambition to Aim Above Mediocrity Setting exciting goals, thinking bigger Lack of Self-Discipline Know what motivates you Ill Health Sleep, exercise and food Procrastination Waiting for more data, better time, other circumstances Lack of Persistence Not closing loops, follow up Lack of a Well Defined Po…
 
Dear Professor Hedley As we approach the sixth anniversary of your passing, we’re experiencing a global coronavirus pandemic of unimaginable proportions. You were in Hong Kong during SARS in 2003, helping local and international health authorities to...By Radio Television Hong Kong
 
Anticipate Be clear on your goals Where is the stakeholder now Prepare slides and review these from the audience perspective Create potentially a pre-read Activate Set the expectations for the meeting Create a common objective depending on what the interest of the stakeholders are Engage Avoid too long monologues Remove distractions for all partici…
 
Being brilliant at stats is really important, but it is not the only thing one must be good at. In this episode, I talk about my good and bad experiences and discuss what we can learn from them. I also discuss the following points: What you must do if you are: Not being understood Working on irrelevant things Getting into big arguments and losing t…
 
I will be talking about these interesting points: Why personal leadership principles are important? Reflect on who you want to be Remind you to hold yourself accountable Help you focus on your learning Be aware of the flip sides of these My personal leadership principles: Exerting a bias toward action and taking calculated risks (entrepreneurship, …
 
These kinds of visualization helped me a lot to open new doors and made me amazingly easy to stand out from other statisticians. In this episode, I am sharing the following points: Visualization help you sell your work Easily understandable Easy to stand out Is fun to create Lots of opportunities beyond our usual graphs Showing the variability Show…
 
In this episode, I talk about the important questions that we need to answer and the points we need to consider to ensure an effective meeting. Here are the steps you can follow and what can you do if these steps are not followed in a meeting you’re invited to: What is the goal you want to achieve? Do you need a meeting at all? Who is really needed…
 
An Interview with Daniel Saure In today's episode, Daniel and I talk about these questions and discuss more about the following points: Bucher vs MAIC - advantages and disadvantages Methodik MAIC NICE technical document (http://nicedsu.org.uk/technical-support-documents/population-adjusted-indirect-comparisons-maic-and-stc/) - including R code Whic…
 
Interview with Wei Wang In today's episode, Wei and I dive deep into the future of safety analyses and discuss the following topics: For interactive tools - how can we achieve traceability of what we looked at demonstrating transparency on the decision process in an interactive tool? What are your experiences in developing an interactive tool? What…
 
Interview with Stuart McGuire - VERAMED Episode Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! Stuart and I talk about the following: Simon Sinek's latest book speaks about “the infinite game” - What is your take on this and how do you see this applying to our industry? Do you have any examples, where this has helped our industry moving for…
 
Learn from Lucy Rowell We also talk about the following points: You started as a statistician in your career, but then you got further responsibilities. How did this happen? How has your knowledge as a statistician helped you to be successful in your new roles? Which things did you need to learn new? What does leadership mean for you personally? Do…
 
Interview with Diana Stuart Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! We also debate these important points: Ways to work with your line manager Embrace change Great self-awareness about your strengths and limitations and about how they change over time (technical and non-technical skills) Create networks to ensure being invited into o…
 
Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! In today's episode, Benjamin and I talk about different time management hacks to be productive and efficient while working at home. We also talk about these following important points: Things you should first establish: Be clear on your goals and keep them in front of you Focus on building grea…
 
Interview with Emma and Matt Jones Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! If your answer is yes, I am sure that you'll be very interested to hear the story of Matthew and Emma as they will be sharing today their experience on how they started their own company, Veramed, in 2012 after having their established careers working in the i…
 
Click this link to go to the homepage of this post! In today's episode, we discuss how to manage problems with efficiency, clarity, logic, consistency, alignment, and speed. Also, the 8 steps to make a smart decision : Problem Objectives Alternatives Consequences Tradeoffs Uncertainty Risk ToleranceןLinked Decisions Listen to this episode and learn…
 
14 presentation tips Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! In today's episode, Benjamin and I discuss the 14 presentation tips that really work. We speak about: Be clear on your goals Have a strong start Start with a story, conclusions, then introduce yourself Enter the room or stage with confidence Story on GBA training Speak to E…
 
Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! In today's episode, Benjamin and I discuss about the following points: First mover advantage Preparing and planning Be clear on your goals Who do you want to move from A to B What questions will come up? What will be our replies? What will be the follow-up questions? Who will be affected? Who n…
 
Interview with Justine Rochon Click to this link to go to the homepage of this episode! Today, we are talking about so-called win-win situations. Win-win is a situation that has the potential to be beneficial to all involved. Justine and I also discuss the following points: Examples of career drivers The roles of to help your progress? Many larger …
 
Interview with Ian Ratcliffe – IQVIA Click this link to go to the homepage of this episode! In today's episode, Ian and I discuss working long hours - it's advantages and disadvantages. We also talk about the important points: Having clear boundaries at work How to say NO How to effectively manage your time and expectations Listen to this episode a…
 
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