Join me as I coach a fascinating top performer, in the coaching equivalent of a teaching hospital. Over 6 calls together, I’ll “operate” on her thinking—in a public setting. And you are invited to watch.
Have you ever seen a photo of a nineteenth century operating theater, where a surgeon is operating on someone, surrounded by doctors who are learning in real time.
For years I have coached clients in public—on stage, on video, on my podcast.
I have never before coached someone in public, over a period of time.
I’ll be coaching Charlie. I’ll also be teaching you how to coach top performers.
I’ll teach you the way that surgeons are trained. You’ll watch me coach a fascinating woman over 6 weeks.
You’ll model and practice the skills you’ve learned, between our sessions. This is not a ‘passive’ program. You will need to actively apply these skills with your own clients.
Finally you’ll teach these skills to a colleague because the very best way to learn something is to teach it.
You will get instant access to (6) 90-minute call recordings where you will observe me coaching a fascinating woman over 6 weeks.
You will hear me answer questions at the end of each call.
All calls are previously recorded and you can watch them at your own pace.
You’ll begin by taking the Deep Coaching assessment.
– Guillaume Apollinaire
The Pygmalion effect acts like a prophecy because pre-existing beliefs lead to more effort being put in, both by the person with the expectations, and the person who is being expected from. The combination massively increases the probability that success will result.
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We have a No Refund Policy for The Pygmalion Effect for a reason. We are more interested in commitment. “Hell Yes. Or Hell No”. If you’re in, you’re in. If not, please don’t sign up. It’s all perfect.
I’ll be coaching Charlie. Charlie recently sent me an email, “I’m not a high achiever, Rich,” read the email. Most people are more willing to fight for their limitations than to go after what they really, really want. And I usually don’t engage. But this email was different.
I kept reading.
“I’m a mum to a son with severe needs and I had to leave full time teaching, to be his carer. I still teach two days a week. And I have founded a charity called More Than a Face, to educate children and young people on facial disfigurement and visible difference, which my son has. I’m also a published author.”
She finished the email with the words, “I’m not the high performer you’d usually support but I’m a performer set on achieving high things so thank you for your help.”
After a healthy twin pregnancy, Charlie and her husband were shocked to be told that one of their boys had been born with half of his face undeveloped.
In seconds, the happy family future they had been planning disintegrated into turmoil and uncertainty. Charlie’s son, Harry was born with a rare craniofacial condition called Goldenhar syndrome which hadn’t been detected in utero. He had no eye, eye socket, ear, nostril and a short jaw on his left side. The family were told that Harry may have spinal problems and brain damage.
And with that Charlie’s world changed massively…
Three years later, Charlie became a single parent, teaching full time, while raising 3-year-old twins, one of whom only slept about four hours a night. She was exhausted—physically, mentally and emotionally. In Charlie’s words, “I decided that the world, and my boys, would be better off without me. At that point, my mom literally dragged me to the doctors where I hung my head in shame and admitted I needed saving from myself. The antidepressants he prescribed saved my life.”
Charlie went on “a journey from a terrified and lost mother to a warrior mom, who would do anything for her children—and a proactive force in engaging other children with my son who looks different, but is so very much like them too.” She wrote a bestselling book, she started blogging, she founded a charity, she appeared in local and national newspapers, as well as on the BBC, to share her story. In 2014, Harry received the Child of Courage award from his local paper. And Charlie received Carer of the Year, in 2019.
Charlie now uses the insights from her journey—as a professional speaker, a trainer and a coach, to help others. She supports individuals and teams to identify, challenge and break down any barriers they have created, in order to achieve the success and happiness they deserve in life.
And I believe in her.
And now I’m going to help her to really fly.
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