A new NCCCMA-funded pilot program supports members who are experiencing a significant transition, including job loss.

Typically, this profession uses the phrase 'in transition' to describe situations when people are involuntarily separated from service.  Realistically, the term transition applies more broadly – to those starting a new position in a new organization, starting a new position in their existing organization, or dealing with their position being reclassified or reorganized in a way that was not expected.

No matter what type of transition you are experiencing, extra support during this time can help you figure out:

  • What happened?
  • What have I learned?
  • What am I concerned about or need help with?
  • Where do I want to go?
  • How do I get there?

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.  [see sidebar What Happens with a Coach in this Program]

For more information about how to enroll in this program, click here.

Faculty Coordinator

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Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distinguished Term Teaching Assistant Professor, Center for Public Leadership and Governance