12 Great Ways to Use Coaching Tools & Exercises (Infographic) December 29, 2016 Reading Time: less than 1 min Share46Tweet4Share19Pin39108 SharesPeople often ask how they can use Coaching Tools. Well, here 12 great ways you can use Coaching Tools & Exercises in your practice! We hope this infographic gives you lots of ideas on how to use coaching tools, forms and exercises - and perhaps even inspires you to create your own! Here are the 12 Ways to Use Coaching Forms, Tools and Exercises: Learn more about what Coaching Tools are, when to use them and how they can help in our Complete Guide to Coaching Tools here >> Finally, if you liked this infographic with ways to use coaching tools, forms and exercises you may also like: Our Article: 12 Great Ways to Use Coaching Tools & Exercises in Your Practice - and Why! Our Article: 10 Easy Steps To Create Your OWN Coaching Tool, Exercise or Seminar Handout! 12 Courageous Ways to be Kind to Yourself (Infographic) Our Coaching Tools Catalogue! Categories: Coaching, Coaching Inspiration, Coaching Tools & Exercises, Infographics, Raising Awareness 5 Comments Laurence Sutton June 27, 2018 This all looks fantastic Reply Usha June 24, 2019 This is so awesome. Such a lovely engaging infographic. Reply Emma-Louise June 25, 2019 Hi Usha, thank-you so much for your kind words - we're glad you like this infographic 🙂 Warmly, Emma-Louise Reply Jacqui July 15, 2019 I've just moved from technical teaching & facilitation to mentoring & coaching, and I'm loving the tools from the Coaching Tools Company! I've tested a few of your freebies, and I'm just trying to decide which will be the first of my purchases! Great work guys. Reply Emma-Louise July 16, 2019 Dear Jacqui, Thank-you so much for taking the time to comment - and for your kind words 🙂 So glad you love our freebies, and hope you love your purchases in the future! Warmly, Emma-Louise Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.