Change is inevitable, constant and necessary. The ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health. This course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the face of change. You'll explore and map the role emotions play in human relationship systems. You'll also learn how to help others establish their locus of control — a paradigm shift that enables us to embrace the idea of change, as a normal phenomenon and the key to systemic evolution.
Explore the basics of Organisation and Relationship Systems Coaching, a ground-breaking model for coaching teams, families, couples and organisations, at the heart of which is Relationship Systems Intelligence. Whether your practice area is personal coaching, family therapy, or business coaching, the ORSC model will change the way you work.
Geography gives a broad and practical approach to working with many of the functional structures of relationship. When we start to develop relationships — at work or in our personal lives — we create semi-permanent structures. This course explores how to recognise and nurture those structures. Note: You must have completed ORSC Module 2: Intelligence to enrol on this course.
Master your impact on participants and their learning by creating chemistry with your co-facilitator. Based on the ORSC model, this stand alone course focuses on giving you and your business partner the tools and skills to maximise your impact.
Relationships are inherently generative; we produce something the moment two or more people get together. In this course, you'll learn how to help your clients choose what they create. Focusing on partnerships as a creative force, the course explores how to create a shared vision and a strategic plan for achieving it. Note: You must have completed ORSC Module 3: Geography to enrol on this course.