Could you survive a presentation in front of a large group?
"According to most studies, people's number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing the eulogy."
- Jerry Seinfeld

This self-assessment will help you determine if you would survive a presentation in front of a large group of people or if you would rather be in that casket. ;)
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You definitely would survive a presentation or speech in front of a large group of people! You know how to engage a room with confidence (even if you're shaking a little inside), and your colleagues envy your skills! As we all know, there’s room to improve, and the more practice, the better you’ll get. Consider sharing your knowledge with the rest of your colleagues so they can learn how to be more confident when speaking in front of a crowd. Being able to teach others your tricks will help you master this skill.

We also encourage you to attend our “Conversations, Not Presentations” training or sign up for our monthly newsletter for the latest tips and resources to improve your professional skills.

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You scored {{var_score}}/50.

You probably already know this--you have some areas to improve when it comes to public speaking and presentation skills. It’s okay. Millions of people are in the same casket...ahem, I meant, boat as you.

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You scored {{var_score}}/50.

Looks like you'd rather be in that casket! It’s okay, you’re not alone. Through more training, practice and opportunities to put yourself in front of others, you’ll get better soon.

In the meantime, here's a tip: take the "public" out of "public speaking" and that leaves you just "speaking" to a group of people. It's funny how our mind plays tricks on us!

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