Organizational Behavior

Qualities of a Good Speaker

Qualities of a Good Speaker

Speaking is how you can share your ideas with a large group of people, differentiate yourself from the corporate crowd, and gain visibility in your field. The success of the speeches is entirely dependent on the speaker’s qualities.

Speaking in public is a difficult task, especially for those who are unfamiliar with the intricacies of public speaking. Professionals are frequently required to communicate with a diverse audience, which necessitates an understanding of both the people listening and the topic at hand. Good speakers understand the importance of speaking in a way that allows the audience to absorb the words they are saying and that appeals to the audience in more than one way.

The speaker’s qualities are given below:

“A good speaker is dynamic, interested, enthusiastic, and alive.” He addresses his audience as if they were real people. He ensures that he is vested in the subject he is discussing, and he goes out of his way to ensure that his audience is as well.

  • The ability to prepare is one of the most important qualities of a good speaker. When it comes to public speaking, you are usually given a topic to focus on. This could be for the purpose of sharing your ideas, expanding on your company, or simply spreading the word about a particular issue.
  • “A good speaker is sincere.” He does not speak just for the sake of speaking, to impress his audience with his erudition or authority.
  • Captivating your audience while speaking in public is one of the most difficult things to do. The best approach to this has nothing to do with the subject matter at hand, but rather with the manner in which you deliver your message. This is referred to as charisma.
  • A good speaker takes responsibility for his listeners and others. He never takes more time than is allotted to him.
  • A good speaker takes responsibility for his subject. He never bites more than he can chew. He does not thin it out.
  • A good speaker possesses a sense of leadership; he stands tall, speaks eye to eye, and speaks responsibly and authoritatively, as a leader should.
  •  “A good speaker keeps his wits about him.” He is not carried away by overzealousness or arrogance.
  • A good public speaker maintains his sense of honor. Becoming a good storyteller is one of the best ways to truly engage your audience. This aspect of public speaking is so important that I didn’t want it to be just a bullet point in the section titled “Connect with your Audience.”

To truly communicate with people through speech, you must be passionate about your subject. Your speech is meaningless if it is not delivered with passion. If you want your audience to be moved by your presentation, you must exude sincerity in your emotion when communicating with them.

There’s no need to ‘practice’ sincerity by giving your speech with a raised voice and waving your arms. Simply concentrate on how you feel about your top and those with whom you are communicating.