Virtual Game – Coaching Young People

Virtual Game – Coaching Young People


52 virtual cards for coaching young people

This virtual card game consists of 52 cards and provides you with a creative life coaching tool when coaching young people. It includes 12 Illustrated objective cards and 40 Question Cards divided into 4 themes.

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Virtual Game – Coaching Young People

Coaching Young People – 52 virtual cards to help explore autonomy


Use this practical online tool when you coach young people to help them identify and agree personal objectives in a creative way. And then by asking the right questions, the game supports their self-development and an introspective review that helps them drive personal change and explore autonomy, where they can start to think, feel, make decisions, and act on their own. This game is one of our exclusive resources designed to help when coaching personal development, so you can grow your coaching business, develop your skills and succeed as a professional coach.


This virtual card game consists of:

  • 12 Illustrated Objective cards
  • 40 Question Cards divided into 4 themes to help young people explore autonomy:
    • Current situation – 9 cards
    • Desired situation – 9 cards
    • Ability and Options – 14 cards
    • Action plan – 8 cards

Plus… Full instructions on how to use the game and what we believe to be the benefits of coaching young people.


To help you run an interactive coaching session and support young people explore autonomy, the questions have been clearly set out within the four themes. This virtual card game can be delivered by a professional coach or anybody supporting young people.


Here are four example objectives included in this virtual game:

  • Feel good about my body
  • Eat and sleep better
  • Have a girlfriend or boyfriend
  • Manage my money


How to use this virtual card game:

We suggest using this three step process for playing this virtual game:

1 / From the 12 objective cards, ask the individual to choose one objective to work on. If the objective they want to work on is not there, you can write it on a separate piece of paper.

2 / Now ask them to tap on a Question card to turn it over and answer the question. Start with the 1st question or pick any card at random.

3 / The objective is for them to answer all of the questions and work on their chosen objective card to find a solution. You can write their answers down if it helps them work on their chosen objective card, so they can answer the questions at a pace that suits them.


This game will also help you as a Professional Coach practice your open questioning:

1 / Choose a theme (Current situation, Desired situation, Ability and Options or Action plan)

2 / Tap on a Question card to turn it over (in order or randomly) and read each question out loud to help you memorize them

3 / The objective is for you to develop your open questioning technique and learn all 40 questions


Please note: You will require an internet connection to access this virtual card game. It will work on your mobile, tablet or computer when online, however it cannot be downloaded, saved or printed. You will need to log in using your secure password to access the game, once your payment has been received.


Author: Valérie Moissonnier – has been a professional coach since 2002 and runs Institut du Selfcoaching in Paris. They offer a wide range of coaching resources for individuals, teams, groups and organizations. This virtual card game helps when you coach young people, but Valérie has also created a selection of other card games: Coaching a Chief Executive, Coaching a Manager, Coaching a Team, Coaching a Salesperson, Coaching a Transformation Project, Coaching a Business Leader, Coaching for Professional Development, Coaching Personal Development, Coaching by phone, Coaching with images and Coaching relationships with Love Coaching.


Design : Jeanne Pierson


© – 2016 – – September 2020


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