LIFC 201 Midterm


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Liberty University

LIFC 201 Midterm Liberty University

  1. Coaching is for every kind of individual no matter what race, gender, etc.
  2. What occurs during the Preparation Stage?
  3. What makes Christian Coaching Christian?
  4. Which of Hippocrates’ four personalities are natural born leaders?
  5. What are the four themes of Coaching?
  6. “SMART” goals is an acronym for:
  7. Which is an important aspect involved in creating a connection?
  8. We replicate Jesus as the ultimate model for coaching by following his life:
  9. You should judge your client when truth speaking:
  10. The Coaches presence involves:
  11. Which of the personality traits may need assistance breaking projects down?
  12. When a client does not reach an objective you should ignore their failure:
  13. You do not personally need to live the life that you are calling others to live:
  14. Short term goals that are realistic contribute well to accountability:
  15. The Grow Model stands for:
  16. How can you display a smile over the telephone?
  17. A good coach is flexible and spontaneous:
  18. In Christian Coaching, change is typically brought about by choice and crisis:
  19. You must sometimes encourage clients to take a calculated risk in faith:
  20. Accountability is the structure by which you hold your client responsible:
  21. Goals must be
  22. Each client will have a different learning style:
  23. Which is not true concerning trust?
  24. A distinguishing factor between Counselors and Coaches is:
  25. Which level of listening involves “listening between the lines?”
  26. A primary role of the Coach is to:
  27. What happens if you give your client too much grace and not enough truth?
  28. Why is Life Coaching becoming so popular?
  29. In what ways can we replicate the ultimate Life Coach, Jesus?
  30. Your own life story has minimal impact on the kind of coaching you will perform.
  31. The Maintenance Stage of the change model is a continual state that does not end:
  32. The initial coaching conversation is about gathering information and data. Ways to do this include:
  33. A type of Life Coaching is:
  34. During the Energize Stage, it is important to encourage the client to avoid the pain:
  35. During which of the four simplified stages does the client begin to plan how to reach their goal?
  36. You can’t be a missionary without leaving your home:
  37. The number one group searching for Life Coaching are young adults in their mid‐ twenties and thirties.
  38. Counseling and psychotherapy have not had an influence on the world of coaching.
  39. During which level of listening can you use your own God‐given gifts?
  40. What is it that the client is encouraged to: recognize, organize, energize, and realize?
  41. Coaches should avoid asking open‐ended questions as it may hinder growth:
  42. Clients commit themselves to change during the Maintenance Stage:
  43. During which stage of the 5 stage change model is the client perhaps unaware of a problem behavior?
  44. Which is not a part of partnering with the client in problem solving?
  45. Coaches must be conversationalists
  46. You can’t bring the Word alive without quoting Scripture:
  47. It is helpful to a coaching relationship for the coach themselves to have experience therapy:
  48. Humor is not appropriate in the coaching environment:
  49. Christian Coaching is similar to counseling, consulting, mentoring because you must have integrity and bring hope and trust:
  50. What is a way to build accountability?