Effective Analytical Leadership


12/11/2024 - 13/11/2024

Organised by:

Royal Statistical Society


Duncan Miles and Denis Greer


Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)




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12 Errol Street, London


Level: Foundation (F)

"The ability to take data -- to be able to understand it, process it, extract value from it, visualize it, communicate it -- that’s going to be a hugely important skill in the next few decades."  Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google. 

To meet the needs of the modern global business agenda, analytical leaders need to perform a complex role. This course explores the required range of knowledge, skills and behaviours to meet this new agenda.


Learning Outcomes

This course will help you take stock of your leadership style and develop strategies to: 

  • Lead by example, develop and motivate people in line with analytical organisational values
  • Manage performance related implementation effectively and develop those around you 
  • Increase visibility, agility, curiosity and innovation of staff to enhance business performance
  • Manage and share information effectively with users, suppliers, colleagues and other analytical stakeholders through partnership, collaboration and cooperation 
  • Enhance relationships and increase self-awareness of your impact
  • Set direction, take tough decisions, manage change, plan and manage ensuring effective delivery of outputs
  • Create and promote a culture in which everyone feels valued and respected
  • Develop a network of analytical support and challenge among peers


Topics Covered
  • Leading by example and inspiring others
  • Developing and motivating people 
  • Managing performance related implementation
  • How to increase the visibility, agility, curiosity and innovation of staff 
  • Managing and sharing information effectively 
  • Enhancing relationships and increasing self-awareness of the impact that you have on analytical and non-analytical client groups; 
  • How to set direction, take tough decisions and manage change 
  • Creating productive business cultures


Target Audience

Existing and future analytical managers and leaders who are required to think and act strategically and who want to improve their leadership capacity.


Assumed Knowledge

No prior knowledge assumed. To ensure value for money each event is tailored to meet the specific needs of the audience, with their specific wants and needs helping to craft the course agenda.


£668.40 to £926.40 (including VAT)

Website and registration:


Greater London


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