I officially finished my ORSC training in 2021, a journey I started in 2020, and became an ORSC trained coach.
This badge represents 84+ hours of advanced systems coaching training, as well as 84 CCE units.
A little about ORSC:
ORSC stands for Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching. ORSC is an integrated and robust coaching model based on Modern Systems Thinking, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active Coaching™, and more.
The Fundamentals of ORSC™ course explores a groundbreaking model for coaching teams, individuals, families, couples, partnerships, and organizations. Whether your area of practice is 1:1 coaching, relationship coaching, business or team coaching, working with the ORSC™ model will change the way you coach!
The Intelligence course is part of the ORSC series. The course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the the face of change. Change is inevitable, constant, and necessary, and the ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health.
In this three-day 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. You’ll also learn a skill-set that supports clients in dealing with difficult circumstances with dignity and wisdom, moving from Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence to Relationship Systems Intelligence.
The Geography course is part of the ORSC series. Geography gives a broad and practical approach to working with many of the functional structures of relationship systems. When we develop relationships —at work or in our personal lives— we create semi-permanent structures. This course explores how to recognize and nurture those structures.
The Path course is part of the ORSC series. It focuses on partnerships as a creative force, while exploring how to create a shared vision and a strategic plan for achieving that vision.
Relationships are inherently generative, they produce something unique the moment two or more people get together. What is created may be feelings or stories or plans or ideas. It could be something as mundane as a task list or as profound as a baby.
In this course you will focus on partnerships as a creative force, and examine concepts like the Path of Relationship, Quantum Physics and Dreams.
Systems Integration is the final course in the ORS curriculum. This advanced course provides a learning space where you can practice the skills acquired in all previous courses. This course integrates the dimensions of Intelligence, Geography, and Path through hands-on practice, group supervision, a deepened understanding of the underpinning of the model and lots of practice.