LIFC 202 Final

Liberty LIFC 202 Final Answers

  1. What is the second skill of marketing provided in chapter 12?
  2. Assertiveness is an attitude of mind that first and foremost acknowledges equal rights. Which is not one of the five steps to phrasing an assertive, challenging statement?
  3. Discrepancy assertion is an assertive technique you can use when you are hearing conflicting statements from the client.
  4. Explain what it means to get “hooked” into the client’s pattern of behavior, as outlined in chapter 14.
  5. Motivational interviewing, developed by Miller and Rollnick, sees the dilemma of change being _________.
  6. When considering issues specific to women, a difference between men and women is ____________.
  7. Stage five, the Maintenance stage, takes place four months to a year after change takes place.
  8. The first myth of marketing is listed as follows: Marketing is something I need to find extra time for in addition to running my business.
  9. When dealing with a supervisor, there are generally “set in stone” methods and guidelines for how often you meet and how you communicate with your supervisor.
  10. Not quantifying a client’s intensity of feelings is another pitfall that many coaches fall into. The ability to quantify a person’s feelings on a scale of 1‐10, for instance, can help a coach better understand a clients issues.
  11. The seventh stage, transcendence, is recognized as a main part of the entire model, a stage that everyone eventually comes to.
  12. When referencing the history of powerful questioning, the book referenced Socrates and Socratic questioning having a major impact on eliciting wisdom in students.
  13. The second role play in the niche coaching lecture dealt with ___________.
  14. The first skill of marketing many coaches need to work on is the ability to broaden your group of customers. This allows the greatest amount of people to take advantage of your coaching.
  15. An important part of the third skill of marketing is persistence. Many fail in this skill by making few phone calls or having one or two advertisements per month.
  16. Stage one of the Stages of Change Model is Contemplation.
  17. In stage three of the Stages of Change model, clients are ready to “test out” making the change. What is this stage called?
  18. According to the lecture, what reason was given as to why men need to practice authenticity?
  19. Meditation trains the brain to access the unconscious. The more one practices in a meditative state, the easier it will become to access this whenever and where ever you need to.
  20. The opening pages of chapter eight list a number of things questions can be used for in the field of coaching. Which is not listed?
  21. According to the book, it is important to become comfortable with your favorite approaches as a coach. In doing so you become more practiced and efficient.
  22. What is the first principle listed in the lecture that men tend to need help with?
  23. Given that intuition is the ability to understand or know something immediately, it is not possible to improve on one’s intuition.
  24. Chapter 11 notes a number of different theories of motivation, beginning with Behaviorism. Briefly explain this theory here.
  25. Chapter 11 opens with the author’s view of motivation. Briefly explain what motivation is and why it is important, according to the book.
  26. According to the lecture, Strategic Action Planning, _______________.
  27. Today most all coaches are in agreement with supervision and how it should be regulated.
  28. A sore spot is something the client has no idea about themselves but you can see that it is negatively affecting their ability to reach their goals.
  29. When considering working on one’s skill as a life coach, most training regiments focus on the same core values of the coaching profession. Specialization comes from experience in the field.
  30. According to the personal and professional development lecture, the probability of an action being completed if you only hear an idea is ________.
  31. Knowing your own boundaries in coaching is vital to be effective in the field. Referring to therapists, not just other coaches, is a common practice depending on what a client may be dealing with.
  32. According to the lecture in module 6, the main key that makes a difference in communities of faith is ____________.
  33. According to the lecture, the second aspect of psychology is The Good Life or the “life of _________.”
  34. The fifth myth of marketing revolves around the idea that you are forcing people to buy. The author disagrees with this, but gives examples of how many struggle with this myth. Why is this the case? Briefly describe this based off of information from the book.
  35. The author lists nine “red flags” to consider that may indicate the author is not ready to receive life coaching. Which is one of these red flags?
  36. In order to give an example of the strategic keys to use for a plan of action, this object was used to make an analogy.
  37. According to the coaching vs. counseling lecture, the basic life coaching model does not include
  38. Using open questions is a well known technique for phrasing questions in order to open up a conversation.
  39. Chapter 14 outlines the “seven‐eyed” model of supervision. List three of these seven perspectives of this model.
  40. Generally speaking, there is an abundance of supervisors in the field of coaching, and therefore easy to find a suitable match for your field.
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