Coaching Models

Even if someone is talking to a light pole, it is better that they are, at least, talking. But coaching is not just listening or telling. It is a unique approach utilized to allow the coachee (client) to grow. Why? Because they have the results inside of them – and coaches help to bring it out of them. But this can be challenging, especially for an individual that thinks they are good at giving advice. Chapter 3 of your textbook dives into various models of coaching.
Choose one model, provide a brief overview, but then evaluate its pros and its cons. They all are not right for every situation and scenario. Therefore, provide a coaching scenario in which you believe that your chosen model might work the best. Be sure to support your suggestion and response with solid research.
Boysen-Rotelli, S. (2021). Introduction to professional and executive coaching, 2nd. Charlotte, NC:
Information Age Publishing. ISBN: 9781648022500.
American Psychological Association. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC.
Merida, T. (2015). Exalting Jesus in 1 and 2 Kings. Nashville, TN: B&H Publishing Group. ISBN: 9780805496703.
at least 2 different peer-reviewed articles and 1 citation and reference from the textbook in current APA format

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