Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever! Graphic for You to Enjoy & Share

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We made this Infographic for you (and for ourselves too!). It follows on from our Celebrate YOUR Achievements! Infographic which looked back over last year – and now we’re asking you to look to the year ahead.

Take 30 minutes of quiet time and ask yourself what a full, rich year ahead would look like!

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Celebrate YOUR Achievements! Infographic

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We made this Infographic for you (and for ourselves too!). Take 20 minutes of quiet time to give yourself a pat on the back and reflect over the past year before setting goals and moving into 2015!

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Goal-Setting Toolkit: Step by Step Guide on How and When To Use These Goal-Setting Tools!

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The Coaching Tools Company Celebrates Partnership With International Coaching Federation

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The idea of working with difficult participants is a perspective. It is important to remember that tricky issues will emerge in a group or team coaching engagement when people do not feel safe, valued or heard. This points to the importance of building trust and connection amongst your group members and spending time early on getting to know them.

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Coaching Tools Company 2014 - Survey of How Can We Help You More?

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