TalkShop clients share their learning experiences from workshops in speech, writing, leadership, and personality development.

“I am a leader who is still a work in progress. As a fresh graduate, there is still a lot to learn so I can work on my flaws. These flaws are my negative reactions triggered by the feeling like fear and intimidation. These feelings are with people I have difficulty working with. To deal with fear, I need to gather data or information to plan incidents. To deal with intimidation means to give time and space since responding with anger is not a solution. From now on, I will devote time to learn to analyze what should be done to resolve conflicts. These can help me in becoming the kind of leader for MNHPI.”

Sandi De La Vega
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“As a leader, I like to see things done on time. I see to it that as I work, I motivate my subordinates and make them understand that they have to meet deadlines, especially when it comes to crediting of work hours of port workers so they could be paid on time. One thing that triggers my negative reaction is when a subordinate prioritizes work that should be in the least priority. What I do is talk to that person and explain what will happen if we cannot meet the cut-off time. Instead of letting my emotions get the best of me, I’d rather be calm and make them motivated so we can focus on our work and at the same time work harmoniously. To achieve this, it should start with me so I can motivate, educate, and inspire my team.”

April M. Salvador
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“Effective communication is important because it helps us understand people and influence others. We can ask the right question that is appropriate. There are questions that are basic yet relevant like who, what, when, where, and why. We influence other people by saying the correct form of language that will fit the person’s intellect and capability. Effective communication is important and we should continue to use it in our everyday life. That is my take.”

Rudy Rey W. Gumba
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“I am a leader who leads by good example to my subordinates. People who obey and neglect their responsibilities sometimes trigger my negative reactions. I will try to compromise as long as it is within the company policies. I will do this by effectively communicating with the person involved.”

Richard V. Ventura
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“Effective communication is very important because it will help us to understand more clearly, build self-confidence, and become a good leader. A good leader knows how to express his words to his people. By using effective communication, we can make good reports and speak with confidence and be very positive. I will give my best to speak clearly so that everyone can understand.”

Jesus M. Vuelga Jr.
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“For me, effective communication is important in dealing with others. As a leader, I think I am supportive, understanding, and patient to my team. Lack of fairness triggers my negative reaction. To be responsible, diplomatic, respectful, and to develop the best of me, I will give all my best to do right things. I will give my best to be understanding, balanced, faithful, and fair to others.”

Rona T. Megino
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“I am a leader who follows the rules. I am a leader who always wants to submit the reports on time. I ensure the delegation of all the tasks to my team as required by our manager. My negative reaction is triggered when my team members do not give updates and when someone bypasses my authority. From this day on, I will ask them what the problem is and do my best to resolve the issue. I can do this by understanding other people’s point of view. From now on, I will think first before talking. To be the best me, I will do the report on time. Aim to do the right thing, to be polite, honest, always act with integrity.”

Wilma G. Santos
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“I am a leader in action and not in words. I hate to commit mistake due to lack of knowledge. I will resolve this by speaking my mind and asking when something is not clear. I will enhance my knowledge in all aspects of accounting and English. I will read good books to improve my vocabulary. From this day on, I will be the best leader not only in our home but also in the office where I belong.”

Glorife C. Quijano
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“The importance of effective communication is to think in a concise and understandable terms, to produce good results in every transaction, to be a good listener in order to see the solution that will benefit and improve the company. In the end, I want to be more supportive of my co-workers so that the relationship will grow and be treasured. I will always give service with a smile.”

Salvador R. Canon
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“I think I am reasonable leader because I don’t easily judge people. When they commit mistakes, I try to get their side before I make my decision. What triggers my negative reaction is when the same problem is going on and on and I had already told them what to do. But they always forget what I have said. From now on, I will do my best to talk to them in a diplomatic way. I can shift by learning from my mistake and correct it when I am wrong. When I leave this room today, I will do my best to be more competitive, more self-confident for our company and for myself.”

Nelson R. Delos Santos

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