Why analysts should master public speaking


Granted, the fear of public speaking is often considered the most common of all phobias. In some (non-scientific) studies, evidence suggests that people fear…

Source: www.datasciencecentral.com

Today, there is an interesting lack of clarity into the ‘natural’ career path for analysts. In our network, we’ve seen it all: analysts who become managers of analytical teams (who are suddenly challenged on the core competencies needed to fulfill their new role), analysts who become managers of other teams, and analysts who will eternally remain analysts. In a reality where people are ‘encouraged’ to work longer, one needs to ask the crucial question: will I remain forever happy as an analyst? A lack of public speaking skills has been considered a major factor holding people back from success in general – and this is probably not much different for analysts.

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