Navigating Social-Group Identity in the Coaching Relationship Part 2

The Theory and the Competencies of the Fifth Domain

This series of articles is intended to offer a three-part dive into the ‘Fifth Domain of Coaching’. The first article examined the existing literature and research in the coaching field and invited an evidence-based call for the field to see, name and work what it had been neglecting: the power dynamic inherently present in coach/client relationships. This second article focuses on defining and introducing the authors’ theory of a Fifth Domain of Coaching and sharing our Fifth Domain Competency Model to help the reader envision what it would ‘look like’ for coach-training programs and coaches to include our theory and model into their training and practice. The third and final article will provide a high-level ‘how to’ primer to facilitate the application of the Fifth Domain framework into coaching practice.

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