Self-competence manifests itself in a coach’s very high demands on their performance. Coaches can recognize, analyze, reflect and communicate emotions. They supplement such analytical expertise (Methodological competence) with their facility to judge and with a consistent willingness to learn and develop. This highly developed reflectivity enables coaches to interact flexibly and appropriately in every situation with a wide variety of clients. New or changed situations are understood as learning situations. In addition, coaches exhibit good self-management, emotional stability and a highly developed sense of responsibility.