The Differences of Coaching and Mentoring

TalkShop Coaching and MentoringBoth coaching and mentoring are skills of good leaders. However, while mentoring is more long-term and can be forgiving in the sense that the mentor serves as both a guide and trainer, the requirements of coaching are more immediate and critical with the coach being less attached while requiring the team to perform at their higher level of effectiveness.

TalkShop, the training institute for communication excellence and personal effectiveness has become the choice of top institutions in molding their key executives and leaders to become excellent coaches.

Communication guru and leadership coach Sheila Viesca leads her team in consistently innovating targeted coaching programs. She said, “We have been doing this for fourteen years with the understanding that coaching requires a holistic approach to understanding people.

TalkShop is the only ISO-certified, Civil-Service accredited training institute. Viesca adds, “It’s all about the customer. The direction of organizations is to make their leaders wiser in making their teams perform better with complementing training on advanced leadership, problem solving, decision making, people relations, critical thinking, stress and time management, meeting handling, among other areas of personal effectiveness. We are here to ensure that their direction is paved with all the right programs.

Executives who undergo the TalkShop Coaching workshop share their experience:

Laila Galang, OIC – Branch Manager, PCSO
The design of this TalkShop training is effective and efficient. The presentation of Sheila Viesca and her team not only clear, it inspired and motivated me.

Flora L. Obina, OIC – Branch Head, PCSO

My TalkShop experience was very exciting. I can differentiate mentoring from coaching. I also learned the importance of organizational development. TalkShop brings executive training to a whole new level of quality.

Dorothy Robles, OIC – Manager, PCSO

Through this TalkShop Workshop, I can apply both coaching and mentoring to my staff back at the office. The lesson is so well planned and I find Sheila Viesca and her team very knowledgeable on the topic.

Ma. Lourdes Soliman, OIC – Branch Manager, PCSO

It was a very amazing experience. I’ve learned a lot in this TalkShop coaching workshop, which is applicable to my work. Now, I have a broader knowledge on how to guide and mentor our people and the proper approach to bring out the best in my people. Sheila Viesca and her team are very articulate when it comes to the topic.

Lady Elaine Gatdula, PCSO

It was really a great experience to be here in TalkShop. The activities really moved me and pushed me to analyze situations better and be more cautious in dealing with my colleagues. Sheila Viesca and her team are true experts in their field. I am excited to become a good coach.

Atty. Anamarie Gonzales, HR Manager, PCSO

I learned a lot in this TalkShop Workshop and I am hoping to learn more. Sheila Viesca and her team are all effective in their work.

Gina J. Ganapin, Assistant Principal, Miriam College

TalkShop is a school that helps transform people, open opportunities, and improve performance. Good job! I’ve learned many things and pointers that I will be using in future presentations and interactions with colleagues. I like the coaching workshop most since it will help me in my new position in school. Sheila Viesca and her team are very good. Hmmm…. maybe better than that – EXCELLENT! Indeed, I gained confidence when facing people. I know that change will come from my own will – TalkShop has made the process more efficient – I’m getting there!

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Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO and Director of Communication finished her bachelor degree in Literature, masters in Entrepreneurship, and doctorate in Applied Cosmic Anthropology. She designed the Philippines' Language Competency Benchmark for the Department of Education and pioneered Integrated Language Teaching (ILT) in workshop designs and corporate communication training. You can follow her on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIN, and Google+


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