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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Creative Thinking and Communication Training for Techies
Scientists and engineers are gifted with problem-solving, logical thinking, and numeric abilities. With ease,they carry out their work – baffling yet enviable feats that pave the way for our fast and easy lifestyle.
Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO, notes how the technical field has changed as technology becomes integrated into our lives. She observes, “Engineers are now engaged in sales, customer service, training, and the supply chain that requires interacting with people. Many of them, at the start, use jargon understood only within their circle. Success inevitably comes when they improve theircommunication skills to be successful in their careers. Today, business writing, presentation skills, conversation expertise, and organization are requisite skills for them as well. They must learn to speak, write, and listen to excel at work.”
Viesca has taken on Communication Excellence Programs for Engineers of many firms and various industries, and noted how engineers easily catch up and even get better than their creative counterparts. She cites, “Creative types are able to grasp language easily as it is easy for them to master the frameworks of communication with their way of thinking. But technical people have a deeper grasp as they form the cells within the framework through their more complicated thought processes. It is just a matter of training and techies eventually become the company’s biggest communication assets.”
TalkShopis the leading ISO-certified training facility that is accredited with the Civil Service Commission. English proficiency and learning styles of participants are determined early on through tried and tested metrics before and after the training programs.
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