In providing coaching services to clients, coaches enter into an interactive, inquiry based relationship focused on tapping into the client’s own knowledge, wisdom and creativity to move them forward in addressing any aspect of their life in which they desire a change.
Coaching is often confused with mentoring and consulting, yet they are not the same.
- Mentors offer guidance and advice, generally to a less seasoned person.
- Consultants apply their expertise to specific issues or problems.
- Coaches tap the power of the client using powerful questions, skilled listening, and an action-oriented process.
NCCCMA Transition Support
A new NCCCMA-funded pilot program supports members who are experiencing a significant transition, including job loss. The program includes up to 10 hours of coaching from professionally trained and experienced coaches who provide results-based coaching to government agencies in North Carolina.Learn More