Stress to Success: Public Speaking Anxiety and its Relationship to Perceived Leadership

@inproceedings{Arnold2018StressTS,
  title={Stress to Success: Public Speaking Anxiety and its Relationship to Perceived Leadership},
  author={James Arnold},
  year={2018}
}
Public speaking anxiety (PSA), a form of social phobia, is a common and debilitating issue for many professionals, affecting approximately 70% of the population to varying degrees. With communication skills like public speaking becoming more and more demanded in the workplace, those with high PSA may find that career choices and advancement become limited, creating barriers to career success. Leadership acumen is a highly-prized asset in organizations, and employers seek applicants whom they… CONTINUE READING

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