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4 x “BENEFITS OF COACHING” Infographics for International Coaching Week!

Here at The Coaching Tools Company, we often ask ourselves how we can support the coaching industry, how can we spread the word about the value of coaching? and How can we help coaches grow their businesses? So, for International Coaching Week we thought we’d combine all three!

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4 Benefits of Coaching Infographics on Blue background

International Coaching Week (ICW)

ICW gives coaches the opportunity to raise the profile of coaching, their businesses – and to celebrate coaching! So we created 4 brand new infographics, plus some fun bumper sticker graphics – and put them all in one ZIP file for you:

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How This Year’s Benefits of Coaching Infographics Came About:

For this year’s International Coaching Week, we got our team together and did some brainstorming. We want you to be proud of being a coach, to celebrate you and the coaching industry. We came up with so many ideas that we picked 3 concepts for 2019!

  1. Firstly, we created 4 Infographics on The Benefits of Coaching! Because we know how hard it can be to explain what coaching is – and how people can benefit from having a coach! These came about when we asked on Linkedin, “What do YOU think are the benefits of coaching?”. We had so many great answers that we decided to create not one but FOUR BRAND NEW Infographics  – outlining the Benefits of Coaching.
  2. And we also created a total of 7 Bumper Sticker Graphics for you to share. These consist of 3 Fun Graphics based on the I :heart:Coaching theme.
  3. PLUS 4 more fun Bumper Sticker Graphics with a different concept, look & feel!

Let’s get Social Media buzzing about Coaching!

Benefits of Coaching Infographics
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Share these Benefits of Coaching infographics on Linkedin, Facebook, Pinterest and more to spread the word about what makes coaching special – plus support your featured fellow coaches!

 

Here are the wonderful people who contributed to these infographics

In the order that they appear in the infographics, here are all the people who contributed. A big thank-you to:

  1. Lynda Williams
  2. Jimmy Kinnaird
  3. Patricia Steiner
  4. Maeve O’Byrne
  5. Ki Woyke
  6. Emma-Louise Elsey
  7. Jessica McGlyn
  8. Suz Roemer Feely
  9. Baljit Siekham
  10. Allison Wolf
  11. Florie Varga
  12. Delaney Tosh
  13. John W. Sigmon
  14. Ruby McGuire
  15. Magriet Mouton
  16. Lynda Monk
  17. Jo Heather Dodson
  18. Linda Secretan
  19. Andrew Strachan
  20. Melanie Schwabe
  21. Ashirvad Lobo
  22. Rhonda Richter

Share these “Benefits of Coaching” Infographics on Your Social Media!

Use these coaching infographics on your social media to draw attention to coaching, tell people what you offer – and the benefits of coaching. Happy International Coaching Week!

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Tell us what YOU think of these coaching infographics – or what we missed! We’d love for you to comment & share below:

6 thoughts on “4 x “BENEFITS OF COACHING” Infographics for International Coaching Week!

  1. Happy International Coaching Week to all life coaches throughout the world. Thanks to The Coaching Tools Company for making and sharing the wonderful, helpful and easy to understand the meaning of life coaching infographics. Thank-you again for all the wonderful people who made these extraordinary infographics and sharing them with us.

  2. No melanated coaches for your poster? This makes me sad because melanated people need it now more than ever and after 20 years in the business this saddens me that there is no representation.

    1. @rev. Safiya I would have to agree with you. Thanks for having the courage to make this statement.

    2. Dear Rev. Safiya,

      I had to look up “melanated”! Thank-you for that new expression 🙂

      We do try very hard to represent diversity on our website – specifically in our articles and infographics. In fact, in the last couple of years you will find people from many races and with many skin colours, and definitely more women than men representing coaches and clients on our website. We also specifically consider diversity in terms of age and size, as well as specifically trying to avoid unnecessarily sexualised images where the models are being objectified or stereotyped.

      So, these particular infographics. They were created from comments on questions that we asked on Social Media – and these were the people who responded. We did not know the skin colour when sorting through the comments, grouping and compiling the list. It was only after compiling the graphic that we approached people for headshots etc.

      I am sorry that there are only a couple of melanated coaches in these graphics. And I thank-you for raising this.

      Warmly, Emma-Louise <3

    3. I had the same thought of being saddened that there where no obvious people of color. By that I specifically mean when looking at the pictures I didn’t see any women of color. While diversity is definitely much more than whether someone presents as black, brown or white, visually it matters!

      1. Dear Coach Cayme,
        I agree, and please see my response to Rev. Safiya. In the same way that it matters to have female visual representation, it’s important to have different skin colours represented.

        Here at The Coaching Tools Company we are continuing to learn about diversity – which we do take very seriously. Even though we are a small business – with very limited time and resources, we regularly take the extra time needed to source stock photos with people of colour, even when we find an image right away with a caucasian model. This may not sound like much, but it adds up – and I hope this demonstrates that this is important to us! We also actively change the skin colour and hair of the illustrations we use for our graphics (see the confidence one here: https://tctcstaging.com/confidence-infographic-10-savvy-ways-be-more-confident/ and the Awesome Ways to be Bolder Graphic here: https://tctcstaging.com/10-ways-to-be-bolder-in-life-infographic/)

        Hopefully you noticed our “hero” image on the homepage is a woman of colour, and has been since 2016. Also the woman we use for our categories lower down the page – is a woman of colour.

        We also try to include different ages and sizes (we live in an ageist and sizeist culture too!) and have a definite bias towards female images generally.

        Unfortunately with these graphics, the content was created without knowing the skin colour. And we also recognize that that doesn’t change the result.

        Thank-you for drawing our attention to this. Warmly, Emma-Louise

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