Track: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
In the business incubator, one of the biggest obstacles faced by business students is public speaking skills. If students do not have this ability, the consequence is that it is difficult to develop a business, because it will have to do with convincing other people, discussing, and so on. The purpose of this study was to see the impact of the self-coaching method on business students regarding the evaluation of their public speaking skills. This study involved 73 business students, using the form of open-ended questions. This study uses a qualitative method. The results of this study show that students can evaluate obstacles, learn important learning points from Steve Jobs' video presentation, and evaluate weak points that the student wants to improve on. The benefit of this research for business incubators is that it helps to map the current constraints and abilities of students regarding their public speaking skills. Then, this research can be useful for preparing training and mentoring for students according to their needs. Scientifically, this research contributes to the development of entrepreneurship education and coaching.
Entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial skill, coaching, public speaking