A reader writes:
I am a director level mid-manager at a large nonprofit. A large part of my role involves public speaking and training, which I enjoy and am good at. My team consists of my manager, also an excellent public speaker, and two people who I supervise, an associate director and an administrative assistant.
The two people who I supervise are not public speakers. They, each to varying degrees, hate it to the point that they will avoid it at all costs. It gives them a tremendous amount of