The Office of the Office of the President’s Commission on Filipinos Overseas take on TalkShop’s comprehensive workshop in Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. As TalkShop continues to affirm the uniqueness in individuals and celebrate the art of public speaking in the development of leaders, 30 CFO counselors took part in a comprehensive workshop that exposed […]
The Office of the Office of the President’s Commission on Filipinos Overseas take on TalkShop’s comprehensive workshop in Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. Participants got immersed in interactive drills like how to craft the ultimate introduction, how to facilitate an event, how to engage the audience, and how to tell a story. The 2-Saturday workshop […]
Diplomatic missions engage TalkShop to foster the Customer-Centric mindset among its delegates and staff - Another testament to TalkShop’s reliability when it comes to designing and conducting the most effective trainings for individuals and organizations. TalkShop operates on the belief that Exceptional Customer Service is vital to any organization that has contact with customers. And […]
Officers of the Philippine Navy, the naval warfare service branch of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and one of the country’s three uniformed services, get trained by TalkShop in Public Speaking and Power Presentation. While typical military officers will not bat an eye when deployed to dangerous missions, a good number of them will cringe when tasked […]
Social Welfare Officers of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) rave about their recently concluded training in public speaking. We have attached their individual testimonies so our blog followers may get a feel of how easy and effective it is to improve one’s confidence and skills in communication with TalkShop as your training […]
Globalization has paved the way for foreign languages to thrive, to the advantage of linguists. Today, companies, professionals, students, and career changers realize the increasing role of language experts and are investing time and money learning productively. TalkShop CEO Sheila Viesca shares, “Learning a language is no longer a diversion. It is a necessity for […]
TalkShop, the leading ISO-certified training facility that is accredited with the Civil Service Commission launches its “Training the Trainer for Online Learning”. With this, the company enables business owners, government leaders, school owners, coaches, and mentors to take their craft on a global platform with online tools and digital resources that ensure the delivery of […]
Learning another language can be challenging, yet fulfilling and rewarding. This is especially true with the increasing demand for bilinguals in teaching, translating, and interpreting services in this globalized world. In the Philippines alone, multilinguals are much sought after and paid highly by the booming BPO industry. Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO advises, “The outlook of […]
TalkShop is now offering language courses through its partnership with Plus EV Language Solutions. Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO informs, “This partnership allows us to fortify our Personal Effectiveness Program, offering solutions to professionals, expats, and students to boost their potentials as the demand for multilingual professionals grows in the globalized workplace.” TalkShop has a strong […]
Again I found a free day to write to all my pals at home since today is a holiday here in Madrid. It’s a Constitution Day of Spain – 28th anniversary of the founding of their Democracy. Which to my mind is really strange in comparison to our Philippine Constitution…inasmuch as it shows we have been democratized earlier (in 1935) than the Spaniards. And yet, it seems our Country has not progressed and advanced at all in a way that Spain have had in the last 28 years. A sore note to our Philippine History.
Anyway, as I write you this email I’m actually viewing the DVDs you gave me about the English Language History. I must admit though that DVD transfer was not quite good – there are some jumps & cluttered scenes which are not understandable – but as a whole it’s still a valuable material for my teaching job. I think when I get the chance to get back to Manila (sometime August next year) I shall try to see you again and have another recopy of the same material. I will always be indebted to you for having shared this material with me. I always get fascinated watching it every chance that I get. And surely I will not forget you for your generosity of showing me this material on English Language History. It has given me an immense “self-confidence” in teaching Business English here in Madrid. Not even the English School – the Canadian Centre – which I’m connected with, I think, would have the same material as you have. As always I give you all KUDOS for being a very excellent mentor of mine. I do hope you are doing well too at this time. About my Teaching career here, I am just plodding along and trying to enjoy every bit of it.
The Pay as you know is not that much, meager by all standards here, but I am contented and happy just the same to be employed at my age. At least I get to meet a lot of people who are quite educated by local standards here. Among my students here are – a Director of Canal Isabel (Water Supply Company – like MWSS), a Director of MAPFRE (Biggest Spanish Insurance Company) and Sub-Director of Aldeas Infantiles (a UN affiliated NGO dealing with underprivileged children around the world). So, as you can see, there is really nothing that I should complain about …except the Low wage that I get.
Temporarily however it will do…until I get my Spanish Visa. The only resentment that I have is, that, I am not able to learn well enough the Spanish language as my time is so occupied with my Teaching job. Teaching English and learning Spanish at the same time ,is quite a complicated business for me. I do hope to learn Spanish next year when I get to put my English teaching career on a more solid ground. Right now, I’m still trying to build up my English Teaching Materials…and there’s really no telling when it will stop. So that’s all that I can say for today. I am hoping to see you again next year…if time and budget will permit. You take care now and my best regards to all.