Mastering the art of business presentations: How they differ from public speaking
Sponsored Article 12:39 - 10 May 2023
Business Presentations and Public Speaking are related skills, but there are some key differences between the two.
Public Speaking is a more general term that refers to the art of communicating effectively to a live audience including, speeches, presentations, lectures, and seminars. Public Speaking skills are valuable in a wide range of contexts, from giving a TED talk to delivering a eulogy at a funeral.
Business Presentations on the other hand, are specifically focused on delivering effective presentations in a business setting such as sales pitches, investor presentations and internal meetings. Business Presentations involve not only the ability to communicate effectively, but also to structure your message in a way that is persuasive and compelling to your audience.
While Public Speaking skills are important for anyone who wants to communicate effectively in any context, Business Presentation Skills are particularly important for those in senior or management positions who need to influence and persuade others in a business setting.
In summary, Public Speaking is a broader term that encompasses all forms of live communication, while Business Presentation Skills are a more focused set of skills specifically designed to help you deliver effective presentations in a business context.
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