LIFC 202 Midterm

Liberty LIFC 202 Midterm Answers

  1. By the end of the middle sessions in chapter 3, the client was still finding it difficult to discover the deep rooted issue with him and his wife and why they were struggling in their relationship.
  2. Figure 6.1 in the book notes the different steps that make up the average process of moving from being a stranger to someone to a friend. What does this figure resemble?
  3. When considering one’s ability to empathize with others, it can be easy to put yourself above the client considering one’s expertise and knowledge in the field.
  4. Figure 5.1 highlights a useful model to help us see that skills do not stand alone with regard to their impact on our success. Briefly explain how this model works through its five different levels.
  5. The business side of coaching is something that has a strong learning curve and may take years to gain proficiency. This is especially true for independent coaches starting in the field.
  6. Chapter 2 lists five main life circumstances that direct people to life coaching. Which does not belong on this list?
  7. Chapter 4 outlines the GROW model. Which is not a part of this model?
  8. At the end of the first role play, the coach asks the coachee to have an action plan/homework for the coming week. What was asked of the coachee?
  9. Which personality fits with the need for attention, affection and approval?
  10. When considering the third main blind spot, Missing the Big Picture, three H’s were given as a technique to focus our attention. What does not belong?
  11. In the lecture of Module 2, Sandra Dopf is a _________ learner. Therefore, she creates a role‐play experience.
  12. Clients come to coaching because they want to get somewhere different from where they currently see themselves.
  13. In chapter 4, the author notes that the first two steps to help someone get from point A to point B is to clearly define their goal and gaining a clear sense of their current reality.
  14. A possible danger for coaches is falling into the “me too” filter. This occurs when one tends to deny or minimize one’s connection with the client and common experiences.
  15. One of the opening sections of chapter seven notes the difference between listening and hearing. What is the main difference between the two and why is it important with coaching?
  16. According to the book, level three listening can be compared to one’s peripheral vision.
  17. According to the book, we need at least three components for communication to take place.
  18. The final “W” stage of the GROW model is very important in making sure the client determined to seek change. The author notes there is a big difference in asking _____ as opposed to _____ when considering if a person will take action.
  19. In reference to the five categories of why someone while seek life coaching, the first three categories are listed as a(n) ____________ happening, while categories four and five are listed as __________ happenings.
  20. When considering the coaching profession and one’s strengths and weaknesses, it is not important to consider the coach in this regards. All focus should be on the client for their benefit.
  21. Chapter 2 lists a number of benefits clients were receiving from life coaching, according to a survey conducted by the Association for Coaching. Which one does not belong on this list?
  22. When considering the coaching profession, it is particularly important that the coach help the coachee realize previously un‐thought of solutions through the asking of questions. When a client struggles to answer the question, the coach will often provide the answer in order to encourage the client.
  23. When considering the relationship building process, coaching must be thought of differently from the “real world.” Steps for building relationships in a coaching profession, or any professional relationship for that matter, form much differently than that of a casual friend.
  24. Dwight Bain makes the analogy of _______to show that there are many types of people in the world, each with their own story.
  25. Being at the right place at the right time one can lead to numerous opportunities to gain clients. This generally only works in physical locations.
  26. In the middle sessions of case study 2, the counselor used a “parts integration” exercise with the client. Briefly explain what this exercise is.
  27. The end of chapter six outlines the building blocks to a good coach‐client relationship. Which is not one of the nine blocks?
  28. When considering the “R” stage of the GROW model, you are focusing on the clients ____________?
  29. What was the final principle of the client‐coach relationship?
  30. In the first chapter, the author uses an analogy in order to explain the essence of coaching and how it can be used to help clients reach their life goals. What was the object used in this analogy?
  31. As described in chapter 2, explain the difference between a client “moving away” or “towards” in regards to the change they are seeking in their life.
  32. Which is one of the three levels of clarification listed as per the “G” stage of the GROW model?
  33. According to the lecture in module 3, what does the spiritual development coach NOT do?
  34. In the second case study, the client blamed most of his issues on his wife so far as relationship issues were concerned. It took many sessions in order to help the client realize his own fault.
  35. According to the book, there are three different forms of repeating back the client’s message, an important skill in coaching. Which is one of these forms?
  36. Describe the “Wheel of Life” coaching tool and how it allows clients to look at their lives early on in the coaching process.
  37. In chapter 4, the author notes the journey of “point A to point B.” This process can be quite complicated when looking at the possible solutions, strategies and actions.
  38. In the beginning of chapter 5, the author references a coach’s skill/qualities in regards to an iceberg. Which of these skills do not belong on that list?
  39. In the final session of the first case study, the coach used the “time line” exercise with the coachee in order to help them gain insight into their possible future. Which is not a part of this exercise?
  40. In chapter 3, the author used the NLP exercise “Who Am I” in a session with their client. Which answer best explains this exercise?
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