“Personal effectiveness is the core of our business.”
- Sheila Viesca, TalkShop

Monday, December 19, 2011

What is Public Speaking?

Most careers will require one to engage in addressing a group of people for varied reasons. Whether it is to inform, educate, or entertain, it pays to cultivate the art of public speaking.

How a person fares at public speaking can make or break him. The fact is there are too many people who dread public speaking. It is a real fear that can be gripping and life-limiting. Can you snap out of your public speaking fear? Are public speaking classes helpful? Will a course in public speaking give your chances for success a boost ?

The good news is TalkShop can help you get out of your rut, and spur you on to success. TalkShop is a leading facility for corporate and English language learning. It has been in the business for 11 years molding students, professionals, educators, and the country’s top companies into top form.

Sheila Viesca ,TalkShop CEO steers you from the anxiety with Public Speaking and Presentation Mastery workshops. Whether you need to conquer your fear, work on your personal development, or bag that promotion, TalkShop helps you find your voice, tell your story, and engage the listener.

Viesca puts together a meaningful workshop that integrates the verbal, visual, and vocal aspects of presentation with personality dynamics, verbal yoga, and practical speech applications. Conversation expertise is included for good measure.

Viesca gives these tips on public speaking:
- Know your material by heart. Practice makes perfect.
- Think positive.communicate. In the process, one becomes impressive.
- When it is your turn, relax. Breathe deeply. Smile whenever possible.
- Whoever the audience, aim to motivate and inspire. The orientation should not be to impress but to
- Ignore fumbles.
- Let every speaking experience enrich and motivate you.

For more information and advise from the language experts, call TalkShop at (632) 8945588 or visit http://www.talkshop.ph.

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