A Coaching Model Created by Crina Marin
(Life Coach, ROMANIA)
Coaching models help us to understand the coaching intervention from a systems perspective, and to understand the need for“ structure” in the interaction between coach and client.
Models help us to develop flexibility as coach practitioners. They offer structure and an outline for both the coaching conversation and the overall coaching journey—whether it is for 20 hours, six months, a year or more.
A model represents a system with an implied process. It is a metaphor or analogy used to help visualize and describe the journey. Models systemically visualize or represent a process that can-not be directly observed. In other words, a model represents more than what you are looking at.
A coaching model is representative of what happens, or will happen, in the coaching conversation (micro) and in the overall coaching intervention or journey (macro).