What is ORSC?
ORSC™ stands for Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching.
ORSC is an integrated and robust coaching model based on Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™).
Beyond EQ (Emotional Intelligence) relationship with oneself and SI (Social Intelligence) relationship with others is the realm of RSI (Relationship Systems Intelligence) where one’s focus shifts to the relationship with the group, team or system. This approach creates sustainable and resilient teams and families.
How does ORSC work with other coaching and training methodologies?
The analogy that we like to use is that ORSC is an operating system upon which other applications, mental models and approaches can be reinterpreted.
Once our students make the paradigm shift from engaging individuals to the entire group (what we call The Third Entity™), a whole new world of opportunities emerge. Many students report great satisfaction because what they’ve already learned and used in their work is even more effective when coupled with ORSC principles.
What is the foundation for ORSC?
ORSC is based on Systems Theory, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active Coaching™, and more. At its core is the study of Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™).
What is the Third Entity™?
Jungian scholars might call it a collective consciousness, business consultants refer to corporate culture and therapists address family system dynamics. The Third Entity is that which lives outside the individuals in a particular relationship system whether a work team, family, or couple. Still confused? John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were individuals. The Beatles is their Third Entity.
Most of my clients are individuals. How does “relationship systems coaching” impact one-on-one coaching?
Human beings are complex, and a single person is a system unto herself, with many relationships that impact her life. Her relationship to money, to food, to work, to family, to friends, to herself. Relationship systems coaching focuses on the totality of your client, a more effective approach that encompasses all her facets, interdependencies, and dichotomies.
How is the training conducted
Prior to the pandemic, our courses were all face-to-face, as that is the best way to master relationship systems coaching. We are the U.S. Partner for CRR Global which currently offers courses in 23 countries around the world. For 2021, our courses are provided virtually. In 2022, we plan to return to in-person courses here in the United States.
Do you offer Certification in ORSC training?
Yes! We’re proud to say that we have hundreds of certified ORSC coaches around the world on every continent influencing the home and work lives of people for the better. Visit CRR Global's ORSC Certification page for more info and available cohorts.
Are your courses ICF accredited?
Our coach training courses earn ICF Continuing Coach Education units (CCE's) and our certification is an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. Students who complete the entire five-course ORSC training series from Fundamentals through Systems Integration earn 84 CCE's. Those who complete the ORSC Certification program earn the credential ORSCC and an additional 96.5 CCE's.
What Courses Comprise the ORSC Series?
Fundamentals: This 2-day course that delivers the basics of ORSC including how to coach the Third Entity.
Prerequisite: 40 hours coach training or prior experience as an OD or allied professional (therapist, trainer, facilitator). This course can serve as the first course in the ORSC series.
ORS@Work: This 2-day course also explores the ORSC™ model, and is a business-focused version of Fundamentals.
Prerequisite: 40 hours coach training or prior experience as an OD or allied professional (therapist, trainer, facilitator). It too can serve as the first course in the ORSC series.
Intelligence: Offered as a 3-day course or 6 half-days, this course provides a theoretical and practical mental model underlying all change management.
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of ORSC.
Geography: This 3-day course (or 6 half-days) explores roles, paradoxes and diversity in relationships.
Prerequisite: Intelligence course.
Path: This 3-day course (or 6 half-days) takes a soft focus on the space, power and potential of relationships.
Prerequisite: Geography course.
Systems Integration: This 3-day course or 6 half-day course brings all the pieces together by providing a learning space for honing the skill or relationship systems coaching.
Prerequisite: Path course.