Whether your expertise is in corporate business, partnerships or personal relationships, the skills in the class is a solid foundation for your work.
Organizational and relational systems coaching can provide breakthrough models and powerful methods for coaching whether applied to organizations, businesses, teams, or even intimate relationships.
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The Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching™ Program (ORSC™) is a groundbreaking model for coaching relationship systems in organizations and groups, teams, partnerships, and couples.
Introduction of the Course
Whether your specialty is in corporate work, partnerships or personal relationships, this relationship systems model is foundational to your work. The breakthrough paradigm shift is holding the relationship as the client, rather than each individual involved in the system. This subtle shift has a profound impact on your coaching. The ORSC™ Program was developed in response to the expressed desire of coaches as well as allied professionals to develop skills, competency and confidence in being able to expertly work with relationship systems in a new way. It pioneers a breakthrough integrative model that introduces a Unified Field Theory derived from Co-Active Coaching®, Systems Theory, Process Work, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics and Taoism
The ORSC Program is for:
(Business or life) coaches
Facilitators and trainers
Mental health professionals (therapists or family counselors)
Organizational development professionals
The core curriculum consists of five courses: one Fundamentals and four Intermediate modules. Each intensive Intermediate module lasts three days and is based on experiential learning. The ORSC Training Program is a 12 month program, consisting of five in-person experiential workshops. For deepening your coaching practice you can advance with the CRR Certification Program after Intermediate. All courses are led by CRR Global Faculty members. They are highly qualified and experienced coach practitioners who will share with you real-life examples of the successful application of tools and competencies. At CRR Global, we practice experiential learning with a focus on active participation and learning by doing. There will be numerous opportunities for you to coach and facilitate, as well as to receive feedback on your newly acquired relationship systems coaching skills
The fundamentals course explores a ground breaking model for coaching teams, families, couples, and organizations. Whether your practice area is personal coaching, family therapy or business coaching, the ORSC model will change the way you work. You will be introduced to a cutting-edge coaching model based on Systems Theory, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active Coaching®, and Taoism. At its core is an evolution of the principles of Emotional Intelligence (relationship with oneself ), and Social Intelligence (relationship with other) to Relationship Systems Intelligence where the focus is on the collective wisdom of the group, team or system. 12 CCEU’s (ICF).
A Roadmap for Change 3 days
Change is inevitable, constant, and necessary, and the ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health. In this course, you will explore and map the role emotions play in human relationship systems and learn how to help others establish a “locus of control”. This paradigm shift will enable them to embrace the idea that change is a normal phenomenon--the key to systemic evolution. This course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the face of change. 18 CCEU’s (ICF).
Roles & Structure 3 days
Geography builds upon the theories and Meta Skills brought forth in the Fundamentals and Intelligence courses. It is, so to speak, where the rubber meets the road. When we start to develop relationships, at work or in our families, we create semi-permanent structures. Geography explores how to recognize and nurture those structures. The two primary components of the Geography course are Lands Work and Roles. 18 CCEU’s (ICF).
Leadership is a role that is part of a system that appears in the most unlikely places and with the most unlikely people. We believe that by working together, we can make the world, from the living room to the boardroom - for families, communities and organizations - a more inclusive and diverse place. CRR Global is committed to empowering our students and clients to acquire relational systems awareness by providing world-class training and thought leadership. Our talented team of instructors, using their collective strength and wisdom, play a vital role in the families, communities and organizations we reach, and the more than 10,000 practitioners we train spread this to six continents around the world. CRR Global Each relational system develops its own unique identity Relational systems rely on deep democracy, and each voice is the voice of the system Relational systems are inherently productive, intelligent and creative Relational systems rely on each actor to perform their function.