4 Reasons why statisticians fail to lead

Webinar recording with Gary Sullivan

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.

In this episode, Gary and I will talk about these major reasons statisticians fail to lead and how to overcome them. Specifically, we’ll address

  • Mindset
  • Bias toward technical skills
  • Lack of leadership understanding
  • Lack of big-picture thinking
  • How to address the issues
  • Specific actions to take

The time for statistical leadership is now!

Listen to this episode and learn about the opportunities to overcome challenges in leadership!

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