ORSC is an integrated and robust coaching model based on Relationship Systems Intelligence™.
The accredited Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) program:
Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) is an integrated and robust coaching model for team coaching and relationship coaching. It is based on Modern Systems Thinking, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active Coaching™, and more.
What you learn
Step 1: start with ORSC Fundamentals (for coaches) or ORS@Work (business-oriented).
Step 2: continue with the ORSC Intermediate.
Step 3: ORSC Coach Certification is the final step to mastery, organized by CRR Global directly.
Two programs qualify as the Foundation of ORSC, and as the "prerequisite" for the Core Curriculum ORSC Intermediate.
The Foundation of ORSC™ explores a groundbreaking model and whether your area of practice is 1:1 coaching, relationship coaching, agile/ business or team coaching; working with the ORSC™ model will change the way you coach!
You will learn the five key ORSC tools: Coaching the Third Entity™, Creating Designed Alliances (DTA's), Practicing Alignment Skills, Constellating a System and Crafting a Relationship Myth.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
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You will learn the five key ORSC Tools plus learn to tackle some of the common ailments that plague work environments: ineffective or toxic communication, confusion about roles on a team, low team morale or burnout, conflict avoidance and lack of creativity & productivity.
By the end of this course:
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The Intelligence module is the first course of the ORSC™ Intermediate. 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 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.
By practicing the following skills in the Intelligence course, you will acquire greater fluidity and agility in your coaching approach, and be equipped to set the ground conditions for change.
The Geography module is the second course of the ORSC™ Intermediate. 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.
Differences can create confusion, misunderstandings and barriers to growth when they are not embraced. “Why don’t you do things my way?” “Why don’t you value what I value?” “Why don’t you approach problems the way I do?” “Why can’t you be more like me?”
If you’ve ever worked with a client who is “stuck,” in this kind of thinking, you’ll appreciate the simple and elegant tools this course provides for moving beyond that place. Lands Work allows participants to develop an awareness of the diversity and differences which people add to a system and proactively create from these differences, while flexing their empathic abilities.
Often people become identified with the job they are doing, whether that job be a physical task they are performing (an “outer role” like a CEO or Teacher) or an emotional job for which they feel responsible (an “inner role” like being the peacemaker, or the one who speaks up about things). This course examines the distinction between the person and those many roles that can be occupied consciously, intentionally and skillfully.
De-personalizing the roles that exist in a system opens up new possibilities for how those roles interact. When issues arise for your clients, you’ll be equipped to help them look at a role that needs to be occupied differently, and move beyond blame, guilt and personal failure.
The Path module is the third course of the ORSC™ Intermediate. 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.
Relationships, personal and professional, are paths to growth. In order to maximize the power and potential of relationships, one must understand the different levels of reality in which relationship dwells, and then become more fluid at moving among those levels. In this course, you will learn how to help your clients choose what they create.
The Path Course also provides tools for working with conflict, which is crucial anytime you’re dealing with relationships. Since most conflicts arise when people don’t share a vision or the same “consensus reality,” the first step to mitigating conflict is to be aware of those differences. During this three-day course, you’ll have the opportunity to practice several tools that will turn conflict into a powerful engine for growth.
Myths are powerful and archetypal narratives that shape our reality. As relationship systems evolve, inevitably new myths take shape, some of which can create an identity crisis as the individuals wtihin the system continue to act from the “originial myth,” when in fact, they already occupy a new one. In Path you’ll explore how to locate a “myth crisis” and then work with your client to manifest the new myth.
Systems Integration is the final course in the ORSC™ 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.
As participants move from coaching individuals and pairs to groups and organizations, they are embarking on a path to World Work, impacting the consciousness of the world through their actions. This transition requires a new set of MetaSkills to which participants will be introduced in this course. They include: Non-attachment, Energetic Awareness, Disturbance as Ally, Meta View, Crazy Wisdom, Service and Deep Democracy.
World Work is a state of being as well as doing. Working with groups can be challenging, requiring coaches and consultants to manage their own feelings, be aware of individual interactions and monitor emotional fields, all while maintaining awareness of the entire system. Your ability to “hold it all” will improve if you can maintain a stance in the midst of the storm.
Group or team coaching occurs when a coach or consultant engages with more than two people. The skills and tools used in the Deep Democracy process transfer perfectly to group or team coaching. The stages of the Deep Democracy process, which you’ll learn in Systems Integration, include: Filtering/Sorting, Gaining Consensus, Identifying Roles and Ghost Roles, Locating Edges and Hot Spots, Escalation and De-escalation, and finally finding Temporary Resolution.
CRR Global was founded in 2007, by Faith Fuller and Marita Fridjhon. The first ORSC Certification was launched in February 2008. Over time CRR Global expanded their coaching model to include innovative theories and programs in Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI) and Systems-Inspired Leadership (SIL). CRR Global currently has partners in 15+ countries and over 665 certified practitioners around the globe.
Competence Training Institute, part of Schouten & Nelissen, is proud to be the exclusive partner of CRR Global to offer you the wonderful ORSC programs in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Virtual via Zoom.
CRR Global and Competence both believe in the power of a strong and empowered relationship. We feel honored to build and grow together, with our participants, faculty, colleagues and the larger system.
CRR Global is an ICF-certified Coach Training School and the creator of the world-renowned curriculum, ORSC™. This is the only ICF-certified systems-based training and
certification program in the world. Over 20.000 practitioners, across six continents in numerous countries have been trained by CRR Global.
By completing the ORSC courses you will receive a Certificate of completion and you’ll qualify for the following ICF in-class contact hours: ORSC Fundamentals or ORS @Work 12 hours; Intelligence; Geography, Path and Systems Integration each earn 18 hours. Completion of ORSC Certification meets the requirements of an entire ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP).
Upon completion you will establish a reliable coaching framework and gain competency in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching. You will receive a certificate stating and you are eligible to start with the individual ORSC Certification. The start of your journey is the ORSC Fundamentals or business-focused ORS @Work training.