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

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Write Well, Speak to Excel

TalkShop, a leading name in corporate training holds “Write Well, Speak to Excel,” an intensive writing and speech training program for students, educators, and professionals wanting to excel in English communication that is essential for success in studies, career, and business.

TalkShop CEO Sheila Viesca takes on the workshops at TalkShop’s premises in Legaspi Village, Makati. “There are ten courses to choose from, each one engaging participants through the interactive style,” explains Viesca. Offered are Speech Training, Grammar Mastery, Public Speaking, Creative Writing, Speech & Presentation, Technical Writing, Personality Development Program, Creative Storytelling, Corporate Etiquette, and Salesmanship Training.

What communication skills are enhanced through these communication workshops? “All skills are integrated – speaking, listening, reading, and writing with the focus on grammar mastery,” Viesca informs. Viesca took up special training in Canada. She is credited with pioneering Integrated Language Teaching in the country which fuses the communicative style of the West with the creative approach of the East.

“Companies may choose to book customized workshops for which we offer quality and value. We make it even more meaningful by tying the programs with the company’s vision, mission, and values which top corporations and international associations appreciate,” explains Viesca.

Viesca offers the following tips on how to learn English and brush up on communication skills for personal development:

- Read, write, speak, practice. Never stop learning.
- Stay focused on your audience.
- Keep it short. The simpler the better, the shorter the better.

TalkShop is an affiliate of International English Education Research Association (IEERA), the global education research association with approximately 5 million members in over 120 countries that ensures excellence in English language teaching.

For reservations, please call 894-5588, log on to www.talkshop.ph, or write to info@talkshop.ph.

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