|Definition||The ability to draw the attention of an audience to achieve a result such as entertaining or informing.|
|Related Concepts||Soft Skills|
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What is Showmanship?
John Spacey, updated on December 19, 2015
Showmanship is the ability to draw the attention of an audience to achieve a desired result such as entertaining or informing. The term stems from performing arts but can apply to public speaking and presentations. It also applies to marketing events such as fashion shows.
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