3 Actionable Ideas To Improve Your Presentations Right Now

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Communicating and presenting information is a core responsibility for statisticians and data scientists in the pharmaceutical industry.  Whether you are providing a summary of a study analysis, proposing a new methodology, or shaping the direction of a team, the ability to engage an audience and clearly communicate your thinking is critical to progressing work, advancing science and influencing project direction. 

But what is it that makes some presentations more impactful or engaging than others? 
Are some statisticians just more gifted presenters? 
Or is there a trick to delivering scientific or quantitative content that makes it more interesting?  

There are concepts and techniques that can make every statistician more effective and allow them to connect better with audiences.  In this webinar we will provide three actionable ideas along with specific examples to immediately improve a statistician’s ability to give impactful presentations.  

Sign-up for the free upcoming webinar to improve your presentations!

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February 17th at 4:30pm Central European Time/10:30am Eastern Standard Time.

February 18th at 8:00am Central European Time/2:00am Eastern Standard Time.

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About the presenters:

Alexander Schacht, PhD

I received my PhD in biostatistics from the University of Göttingen in Germany. I have authored more than 70 scientific manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and regularly speak at international conferences – both statistical ones like Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry (PSI) and medical ones like the European Dermatology Congress (EADV).

Gary Sullivan, PhD

I currently consult as a Leadership Specialist and Statistical Scientist for my company Espirer Consulting since March, 2018. Before this, I was the Senior Director for Non-Clinical Statistics at Eli Lilly and Company, where I worked for 28 years.  I also worked as a technical statistician in Non-Clinical Statistics for the first half of my career at Eli Lilly.

Gary Sullivan, PhD

I led the development and instruction of the first leadership course at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) of the American Statistical Association (ASA) in 2014..  I’ve provided leadership training to over 500 statisticians and data scientists, both at Eli Lilly and within the ASA. In addition, I’ve authored several articles and a book chapter on leadership for statisticians.

I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from the University of Pittsburgh, and both a Master’s and Doctorate in Statistics from Iowa State University. 

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