LIFC 201 Final Exam

LIFC 201 Final Exam Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Coaching clients can accomplish anything that they set their minds to.
  2. According to the Collins textbook, what is the impact of the external barrier of criticism from others?
  3. Coaching deals with positive psychology, whereas counseling deals with negative psychology.
  4. Coaches who have stellar credentials and accomplished careers are immune to the imposter syndrome.
  5. Which of the following do coaches NOT do?
  6. Men are typically more reluctant to seek services from a counselor than from a coach:
  7. Occasionally, the best use of creativity in coaching is appropriate self-disclosure by the coach to his/her client.
  8. Which of the following is NOT a mark of a great leader?
  9. What element is at the top of the Accountability Pyramid?
  10. The best leaders have higher levels of emotional and social intelligence.
  11. Individuals and organizations may feel stuck when they feel each of the following EXCEPT for what?
  12. When people talk about their passions, they come alive, and they may talk faster, lean forward, or gesture more.
  13. If a demanding person is draining your energy, then you should ask yourself if helping them is a part of your ministry to God.
  14. People’s lived-out values always match their stated values.
  15. Which of the following is NOT a common characteristic of a clear, God-given vision listed in the Collins textbook?
  16. SMART Goals must be:
  17. Questions about obstacles help in answering the question _____.
  18. When it comes to values, it is important to do all of the following EXCEPT for what?
  19. It is not important to spend a lot of time discovering one’s spiritual gifts.
  20. Leadership is about the positions that people hold.
  21. An excellent technique to employ is the use of phone consultations.
  22. Which of the following is NOT an example of a question used to understand the client’s issues that is mentioned in the Collins textbook?
  23. As the first step of the coaching model, awareness involves all of the following EXCEPT for what?
  24. According to Sir John Whitmore, what are the two basic purposes of coaching?
  25. People usually see things in the same way and gender does not make a difference.
  26. Value is not an observable behavior:
  27. Which of the following are the correct “Powerful P’s” that Georgia Shaffer uses in her sessions?
  28. In recent years, what has had a more prominent emphasis in coaching?
  29. The number one form of technology is the Internet:
  30. Which of the following is NOT an example of what an inner gremlin might say?
  31. The most important aspect to being a good coach is to have a coach of your own:
  32. Coaching is not focused on dealing with the pain of life, but instead on being able to push past that to reach your own potential:
  33. Ways to add to your Coaches toolbox include:
  34. What occurs if the relationship level rises above the trust level?
  35. Which of the following is NOT true of coaching?
  36. The first step of rapport-building groundwork is…
  37. What are the four common obstacles coaches face?
  38. “Stepping into the future” involves all of the following EXCEPT for what?
  39. According to the Collins textbook, what is the impact of the internal barrier of a negative mindset?
  40. Which is true about the concept of BHAGs—big, hairy, audacious goals?
  41. How many years can positive praise add to the average life expectancy?
  42. Strengths and spiritual gifts are the same things, just phrased in different ways.
  43. It is important for the coach to always ____________ and stay ahead of their clients.
  44. Which of the following is NOT a mark of a great coach?
  45. Training is a process.
  46. Coaching is more about what you do than who you are.
  47. Your personal life is not related to your accountability and trust as a coach:
  48. Why is the field of coaching often less threatening to male clients than counseling?
  49. You can “fake it till you make it” in coaching and still maintain authenticity and accountability:
  50. If you guard your heart you are better able to open it to God.

Set 2

  1. Occasionally, the best use of creativity in coaching is appropriate self‐disclosure by the coach to his/her client.
  2. What occurs if the relationship level rises above the trust level?
  3. A coach can use his/her cell phone as a primary tool in order to:
  4. It is possible to have numerous coaches in your life who each have their own niche:
  5. In Coaching, your own life experience and story has little impact.
  6. The number one reason people leave an organization is lack of affirmation:
  7. As trust increases, respect and integrity decrease:
  8. Coaching is not focused on dealing with the pain of life, but instead on being able to push past that to reach your own potential:
  9. Value is not an observable behavior:
  10. The use of arts in coaching will help move a client to emotion utilizating a different side of the brain vs. typical oral communication.
  11. What element is at the top of the Accountability Pyramid?
  12. What areas of your life require trust?
  13. Which niche mentioned in this video helps individuals deal with media relations, work in teams, reaching goals, and improving performance?
  14. A good Action Plan includes goals that can be measured.
  15. You can “fake it till you make it” in coaching and still maintain authenticity and accountability:
  16. The key components of Trust are:
  17. What qualities add to a strong “tool box?”
  18. As a coach you must provide your clients with the answer they can’t find:
  19. Your personal life is not related to your accountability and trust as a coach:
  20. It is important to use specific exercises that challenge the client in areas that correspond with goals they have set.
  21. The coaching plan remains the same as the individual’s life changes and develops:
  22. Coaches must be conversationalists:
  23. Which term is an accurate ‘T’ from Dwight Bain’s seven ‘T’s’ of coaching:
  24. Life Coaching is a continual education and development of the self:
  25. Which of the following are the correct “Powerful P’s” that Georgia Shaffer uses in her sessions?
  26. The largest number of FacebookTM users are women ages 45‐60:
  27. What life lesson can often show you what your life’s work or niche could be?
  28. Men are typically more reluctant to seek services from a counselor than from a coach:
  29. An excellent technique to employ is the use of phone consultations.
  30. The Foundational level of the accountability pyramid is:
  31. Life Coaching is about knowing
  32. Which niche of coaching mentioned in this video helps speakers or writers make sure their message is concise, clear, and memorable?
  33. The number one form of technology is the Internet:
  34. It is important for the coach to always ____________ and stay ahead of their clients.
  35. How many years can positive praise add to the average life expectancy?
  36. If you guard your heart you are better able to open it to God:
  37. People usually see things in the same way and gender does not make a difference.
  38. The main goal(s) of the “Surrender Walk” is:
  39. Ways to add to your Coaches toolbox include:
  40. Training is a process.
  41. Why is the field of coaching often less threatening to male clients than counseling?
  42. Americans feel that the frequency of praise and recognition in the work place should be no less than:
  43. What is your “manifesto?”
  44. Life Coaching is about
  45. What are the four common obstacles coaches face?
  46. Which niche of coaching helps people discover their god‐given gifts and life plans?
  47. The goal of Katie’s technique, Your Life on a Movie Screen, is:
  48. Having a commitment to another person to make an action increases the probability that the goal will be met:
  49. Trust is like oxygen to the body:
  50. The most important aspect to being a good coach is to have a coach of your own:
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