Learn how you can help your organization create a work environment that supports complex human interactions, embraces conflict, retains valuable knowledge workers and allows change at the speed of light while remaining profitable and productive.
Organization and Relationship Systems at Work (ORS@Work) is a two-day course that draws on Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) to harness the collective intelligence of a team.
In this course, you will learn how to leverage RSI to tackle some of the common ailments that plague work environments such as:
• Ineffective or toxic communication
• Low team morale or burnout
• Conflict avoidance and non-resolution
• Lack of creativity and productivity
• Confusion about roles on a team
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More About ORS@Work
Constant change is the new norm. Thanks to the internet which facilitates global collaboration 24/7, work that was once performed by individuals is now being tasked to teams. The increase in numbers of knowledge workers who must share information, insights, learning and best practices in order for companies to succeed, further stresses communication channels. Collaborative teams depend on strong connection to support their ability to pivot.
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ORS@Work is the first course in our Level 2 ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. Organization and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSC) was the first systems coaching program in the world to be accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
By completing this course you will receive a Certificate of completion for ORS@Work and you’ll qualify for 12 Continuous Coach Education Units from the International Coaching Federation (12 ICF CCEs).
Learn about how ORSC supports a simpler, supported journey toward ICF Accreditation.