People with strong skills in public speaking are often rewarded with leadership roles and find their careers progress swiftly as they are seen to be capable and authoritative.
You might not need to give speeches on a daily basis, but there will be times when you have to give a presentation; perhaps during an interview or at a conference, or perhaps an informal introduction at a work social event.
Effective public speaking skills help you come across as more knowledgeable so that your message and direction is received well by your audience.
Sometimes public speaking is important in getting people to see your point of view or to follow a certain course of action. Doing it well and impressing a large group of people can be a powerful boost to your self-esteem.
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