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5. Builds your confidence

As you begin improving your professional speaking skills and take on different types of public speaking events, either big or small, you’ll start to build your confidence. It may be terrifying at first, but with every victory comes a feeling of relief and accomplishment. Relief that it’s over, and then accomplishment once you start to receive positive feedback from your peers and audience. Every small victory will further bolster your confidence. 


6. Improve your oral communication skills

Participating in public speaking can increase your oral communication skills because you're rehearsing and presenting information to people, whether it's a small or large audience. Colleagues, moderators or audience members can give you feedback on how to improve your oral skills for your next public speaking event. The more you present speeches, the more you may improve your speaking skills. You may also find that your improved oral skills transfer into your everyday conversations with others. 


7. Ability to inform, persuade, and direct.

Business managers, educators, military leaders, lawyers, and politicians, among others, seek to develop their speaking skills to such a level that they are transformed into master communicators. Speaking clearly and confidently can gain the attention of an audience, providing the golden opportunity for the speaker to make the message known. Wise is the speaker who gains and then holds the attention of an audience, with well-chosen words in a well-delivered presentation, forming a message that is effective, informative, and understood.


8. Represent your organization

Doing public speaking for your company can allow you to represent your organization and share its mission and goals. It can also help you improve your marketing skills and increase your confidence in your delivery and sales. Your speeches may help potential customers learn what the organization can provide them with, such as products and services, which might help the company generate more sales.


9. Ability to stand out from the rest.

When one thinks of speaking skills, one tends to think of it as a common skill. Think again. The ability to stand before others and speak effectively is not an ordinary ability. Many people are deathly afraid of public speaking; others have little ability to form thoughts into sentences and then deliver those words in a believable way. The bad news is that at any given moment the world has precious few with the speaking talents of, say, Winston Churchill or John F. Kennedy. The good news is that a speaker whose skills are honed and developed with constant application and hard work can stand out.

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