DB 3 Relationship Skills
When considering the discussion of relationship between the life coach and their client in
relation to the eight relational principles discussed on the DVD presentation, The Coach-Client
Relationship, principle two Dont C
This discussion board post is an attempt to answer the following three questions related to
module ones reading assignment: What is the potential harm if one is limited to a single
approach to counseling? How can integration be accomplished
After reading Chapter four of Essential Life Coaching Skills I found all of the modeling
models mentioned appealing. Chapter four discusses the SMART, SWOT, Symbolic, and
GROW modeling models. The SMART model is goal setting model that cente
Coaching and Spiritual Development Module 3
Psalm 27:4 One thing I ask of the LORD, this is what I seek: that I may dwell in the
house of the LORD all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the LORD and to
seek him in his temple.
Where do you exp
Running head: INTEGRATING THE CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW
How to Integrate the Christian Worldview into Life Coaching
INTEGRATING THE CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW
Human development is a must for all individuals who
What is personal vision? Why is it so important? How can a Christian Life Coach help a client develop a
vision? If a client's vision fades, what are ways to reinvigorate that vision?
A personal vision is what you see yourself doing, feeling, thinking, own
Jen is a 35 year old mother of three daughters who is happily married for 15 years. She has been a stay
at home mother for the last 10 years and is currently contemplating returning to the workforce. This
decision is causing her much anxiety as she has a
It is quite common for people to confuse coaching, counseling, mentoring and even discipleship with one
another when discussing or contemplating seeking to make a change in ones life. In each instance,
communication skills and techniques used by professio
Name 2 challenging transitions that people often go through at some point in their lives and explain how
a coach would help individuals through such transitions. Using those 2 examples, write specifically about
what you would do to help someone move on pa
LECTURE NOTES: MODULE/WEEK 7
DVD 10: New Directions: Specialty Coaching, PanelCatherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.,
Dwight Bain, M.A., Sandra Dopf, B.S., and Katie Brazelton, M.Div., Ph.D., and Georgia
There are many types of coaching, from
Jen has been consistent with her coaching sessions in the recent weeks; however I noticed a change in
her overall level of enthusiasm when we meet. I have questioned her about this and she states she is
tired or it has been a long day by the time we get t
Jen and I have been working together for a few months. She is very committed to her coaching sessions
and is keeping track of her progress as she moves towards her goals. Jen has reentered the workforce
full time. This has been quite an adjustment for her
Explain the importance of goal setting in Life Coaching. Describe how a life coach works with a person
to implementing a plan to achieve goals. What are some obstacles that the life coach and the client
could run in to, and what are some ways to overcome
Jen has returned for additional coaching and her commitment remains strong. She has contemplated
our Graph of Life exercise further in our time apart. Although initially surprised by the areas she scored
low, she now sees that those areas are areas that s
LECTURE NOTES: MODULE/WEEK 5
DVD 8: Coaching as Ministry and Spiritual Care, Katie Brazelton, M.Div., Ph.D.
Life Purpose Coach, Katie Brazelton talks about the importance of life coaching as a
ministry of the local church and shows you how it can
LECTURE NOTES: MODULE/WEEK 8
DVD 12: The Future of Christian Coaching, Dwight Bain, M.A.
Is life coaching a fad, or does it have a real future? Coach Dwight Bain gives his view of
the future of Christian coaching and helps explore its role in you
LECTURE NOTES: MODULE/WEEK 6
DVD 9: The Business of Coaching, Dwight Bain, M.A.
Being a highly skilled coach will prove pointless if you have no clients! Dwight Bain
helps you understand the business of coaching and how to build a thriving and
Based on your reading of Leadership Coaching chapters 912, what role should the clients agenda and
goals play in the coaching process, and how do the Coachs listening skills influence successful
Many clients specifically seek coaching because it
It is quite common for people to confuse coaching, counseling, and mentoring with one another when
discussing or contemplating seeking to make a change in ones life. In each instance, communication
skills and techniques used by professionals in each of th
Based on your reading of Leadership Coaching chapters 34, what are the primary benefits a
Professional Coach can offer his or her clients, and why
A Professional Coach can be beneficial to a leader in several key areas. Specifically, Stoltzfus (2005)
Based on your reading of Leadership Coaching chapters 1317, what elements make for great questions
and why? Secondly, what are the primary factors that influence success or failure in the coaching
In the coaching process, the best questions for c
Based on your reading of Leadership Coaching chapters 5 - 8, what personal characteristics are essential
for the Professional Coach and how do they influence the coaching relationship? In which of these
personal characteristics are you strong / weak?
Life Leadership: What Separates People
Tim Clinton, Ed.D.
A. Informal survey on the definition or characteristics of a leader.
1. Who is a leader?
a. Geter Done personality
b. A visionary, authentic
2. John Maxwell Definition o
Essential Elements to Effective Leadership
Dwight Bain, M.A., Georgia Shaffer, M.A.
and Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
A. Things dont get done by themselves in any organization. Someone has to be
thinking, planning and acting st
Unity: The First Task of a Leader
Rolfe Carawan, M.Ed.
A. Story of building unity on a perennial losing prep school football team.
B. It is the First Task of Every Leader to Build Unity.
1. Success does not come apart from unit
Serving Multiple Generations
Rolfe Carawan, M.Ed.
A. Dealing with various generations that are part of your organization is always an
issue in coaching.
B. What makes people different? The nature v. nurture discussion is always
Finding Your Voice:
Every Leader Has a Story
Rolfe Carawan, M.Ed.
A. The term finding your voice was coined by Max DuPree.
B. As leaders we must decide what we are and are not going to stand for.
Jesus replied: " 'Love the Lor
Culturally Competent Leadership
Mark Crear, Ph.D.,
Paris Finner-Williams, Ph.D., J.D., Esq. and
Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
A. What do you see as key leadership principles?
1. Effective listening.
2. People empowerment.
Leading Through Tough Times: Managing
Change and Transition
Rolfe Carawan, M.Ed.
A. Reading Ecclesiastes, Chapter 3
1 For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven. 2 A time
to be born and a time to
Strategies to Empower the
Executives You Coach
Georgia Shaffer, M.A.
A. Leadership failures happen almost every week. What happened? They did not
materialize overnight. They occurred over time.
According to Daniel Goldman, the