Training & Coaching Reviews

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For almost four years I have spent many hours being trained by Charles. It changed the way I present myself, my training sessions for students, and the way I train trainers to become more effective. Thank you Charles!

Paul B.
Professor of Entrepreneurship

Netherlands

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Every single time we work together I learn something new. You are one of the reasons I’m still a teacher!

Danny C.
High School Teacher & International Trainer

Chicago

★ ★ ★ ★

Be real/be you - unapologetically. Charles cares about me and my success more than his own. He wants to make me shine brighter so I will then in turn make OTHERS shine brighter. It’s never about ME being the best because I should always be mentoring and helping OTHERS be their best.

Jamie M.
Elementary Teacher & International Trainer

Chicago

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After your training, I was more confident about myself. I had tools for myself, my study, making decisions, etc and I was really motivated and inspired. And I have a more clear idea about my future

Joël V.
Entrepreneur

Netherlands

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I appreciate you taking on our goal like it was your own. You advanced our program tremendously in such a short period of time. Thank you.

Kim J.
Program Manager

Bermuda

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Knowing EXACTLY where I stand in terms of effectiveness at all times. Trusting that I am getting accurate information about the quality of what I'm doing and that if there's a way I can improve, I'm going to hear it directly. I've felt valued, supported, and deeply listened to. I've trusted that Charles values people's commitment and courage over their raw talent, which has gone a long way for me. I've always gotten the sense that he "roots for underdogs." Biggest takeaways: Shut up. Take coaching; You can receive really tough coaching and still be great at what you do; humility is an important part of leadership; there's a spiritual aspect to facilitation- I'm not sure exactly how to explain it, but his connection to some kind of source helped me connect with that for me; grounding myself before speaking; not being afraid to be direct and firm with a room (telling a room of people to stand up, etc.), helping me see the impact (helpful or unhelpful) I was actually having on a room that I didn't notice and helping me shift it immediately (with my posture, with wording, with a gesture, etc.), knowing my outcomes is more important than checklists and excessive prepping; when in a position of leadership, don't assume people aren't motivated- people want to be successful- they likely have a barrier related to clarity or ability

Meredith E.
Middle School Counselor & National Trainer

Ohio

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